The 23-year-old Ferhan Hasani signed a 2 year deal with Danish club Brøndby, bringing an end to his disappointing stint with Wolfsburg.
The jump from the Macedonian league to the German League in the 2012 winter transfer window proved too steep, resulting in lack of playing time for Ferhan Hasani. Also, with Hasani being a non-EU player, he could not play for the Wolfsburg reserves, leading to no game action for the majority of his time there.
Hasani has finally put an end to the Wolfsburg chapter by agreeing to a transfer to Danish top division club Brøndby. He passed his medical on Monday and signed a 2-year deal hours before the end of the summer transfer window in Denmark.
Per Red, the Brøndby sports director, said the following to the club’s official website, “Ferhan is a two way player. He works hard both ways, and has good speed and physique. He is eager to prove his worth after not getting much playing time in the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg. We believe we can help him fulfill the potential that he clearly possesses.”
Hasani could have very well caught the eye of Danish clubs after his performance for Macedonia U21 in a 6:5 loss against Denmark U21 on 5 June 2012. Hasani was Macedonia’s most dangerous player that game, dribbling at ease past Danish players and creating several goals.
Ferhan said that he consulted with family and Thomas Kahlenberg in deciding that Brøndby would be the right destination for his career. Kahlenberg and Hasani were once teammates at Wolfsburg, and Kahlenburg also signed with Brøndby earlier in the year.
Brøndby is a big name in Danish football with 10 domestic titles in the club’s history, but they are coming off two bad seasons in 2011-12 and 2012-13 while also starting terribly in this campaign as well. After seven rounds this season, Brøndby is last in the 12 team league with just 3 points, coming in three draws.
In Denmark, Hasani becomes the second Macedonian player in the top flight after Aleksandar Stankov who currently plays for Viborg.