Modern football realities are such that due to the abundance of transfer opportunities, we learn about some players in one club, while they received a “base” in another. This is especially true for the giants, where by no means a few are given the opportunity to play, and therefore, in order to successfully develop a career, at one of the moments you have to leave.
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In England, this German goalkeeper for many is associated, first of all, with failures in Liverpool, which still owns the transfer rights to the player, but few people know and remember that for the first time in Foggy Albion Carius was announced much earlier. In 2009, Manchester City paid Stuttgart 300,000 for the promising 16-year-old Lorius, who had been at the Citizens’ academy for two and a half years. Karius was originally promised frequent training with the first team and Joe Hart, but this did not happen. After the lease at Mainz, the City bosses came to the conclusion that it would be advisable to let Karius go to Germany as a free agent. Then Lorius managed to surprise the scouts and coaches of Liverpool, which in the summer of 2016 earned him an invitation to England again, but for the fans of the Reds this is probably not the most pleasant subject to remember.
Sancho can be safely called a graduate of Watford, where he spent eight years of his youth career before moving to Manchester City in the summer of 2017. However, Jadon soon became disillusioned with his prospects at City. He was not allowed to play with the first team, and the talented winger at one point refused to renew his contract, and then literally knocked out a transfer to Borussia Dortmund. In the ranks of the “yellow-blacks” Sancho became famous and known throughout Europe, so much so that now many grandees are lining up for him, who, in view of the coronavirus crisis, still cannot afford the young Englishman.
One of the symbols of Leicester’s success in recent years, Kasper Schmeichel began his professional career at Manchester City, where his legendary father Peter Schmeichel was just finishing playing in those years. However, for six years the Dane had only 10 fights at the gates of the first Sky Blue team, and mostly wandered around on leases. The story ended in August 2009 when Casper was sold to Notts County for 1.75 million. Then in his career came Leeds, and in the summer of 2011 Schmeichel moved to Leicester for 1.7 million euros, with which five years later he sensationally became the champion of England.