Spartan Gomez is returning to Denmark, he transferred to Odense in Spain

Spartan Gomez is returning to Denmark, he transferred to Odense in Spain
Spartan Gomez is returning to Denmark, he transferred to Odense in Spain
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The spicy thing was that Gomez transferred to the Danish club in Spain, where he also passed medical tests. Odense and Sparta are training in Marbella.

The 22-year-old stopper will sign a five-year contract.

According to foreign media, Odense will pay one million euros, which is a similar amount for which Sparta bought him last summer from another Danish club, Horsens.

Gomez was with the national team at the African Championship in January. He did not miss a single minute in the three games of the basic group.

In the final match against Cameroon, when Gambia still had a chance to advance to the round of 16, he scored an own goal and the team lost 2:3. The team did not score even in the previous matches against Guinea and Senegal.

That’s how it looked with Gomez’s performance in Sparta. Although in some matches he hinted at the possibilities, which made Sparta look out for him in Horsens.

He played sporadically. In Sparta, he was the fifth to sixth stopper behind Krejčí, Sörensen, Panák, Vitík and Vydra. In addition, youngsters from the Ševínský and Večerka academy are applying for the floor, in addition, the club acquired another central defender Uhrinčať from Banská Bystrica, who will get used to Sparta in the B team.

When Gomez got the chance, he didn’t quite take it. He clearly failed in the cup match in Glasgow against Rangers (1:2), he also made mistakes in the only league defeat in Mladá Boleslav (1:3).

He last played for Sparta on November 1 in the domestic cup against Bohemians 1905 (2:1).

The article is in Czech

Tags: Spartan Gomez returning Denmark transferred Odense Spain

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