Brentford have bolstered their back-line as they combat for Premier League survival, signing free agent Mathias Jorgensen on a one-year contract.
The 31-year-old centre-back has an possibility to increase for an additional yr in west London if he impresses this season.
Jorgensen, who is thought to followers as Zanka, parted methods with Fenerbache this summer time after two years with the Turkish membership which featured mortgage stints at Fortuna Dusseldorf and Copenhagen.
Mathias Jorgensen has signed for Brentford on a one-year deal after leaving Fenerbahce
The Denmark centre-back returns to the Premier League after a spell with Huddersfield
The defender was culled-up to the Danish squad for the 2018 World Cup and this summer time’s Euro 2020, watching from the bench as Kasper Schmeichel and Co reached the semi-finals amid the feelings of Christian Eriksen’s collapse.
Jorgensen brings two years of Premier League expertise to the desk, although his second noticed him relegated to the Championship with Huddersfield.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank is aiming to increase the Londoners’ debut within the Premier League, and was delighted with one other addition.
‘We’re happy that we might strengthen our squad and herald a high quality skilled participant to the group,’ the Bees boss stated.
Jorgensen was a part of the Denmark group which made it to the semi-finals of Euro 2020
The 31-year-old has had spells on-loan with Fortuna Dusseldorf and his previous membership Copenhagen
‘This was particularly essential after Mads Bech picked up an damage.
‘Zanka brings a wealth of expertise from totally different leagues and a number of worldwide video games, he has additionally performed within the Premier League earlier than. That have and management is particularly essential, and it’s nice to get him in.
‘Zanka is participant that’s defensively sturdy, he’s conscious of how we wish to defend, has superb positioning and has high quality on the ball.
‘We expect he can play in any of the three central defensive positions.’
The Bees are nonetheless by no means misplaced a Premier League recreation after their third match of the 2021-22 season, beating Arsenal and holding Crystal Palace and Aston Villa.
They host Brighton on Saturday.
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