Prodigal Milan Goalie Jungdal to Continue Career at Cremonese

Milan youngster Andreas Jungdal is headed to Serie B, at least for the near future, after recently-relegated Cremonese onboarded him on a free transfer operation. The Cremona-based outfit has closed the definitive transfer for the Primavera talent, as per Sky Italia (via Tuttomercatoweb) reports.

Milan, despite losing the Denmark U21 international at zero income, will receive a percentage of future resale subject to his performances.

He spent last season on a short-term loan spell at Austrian side Rheindorf Altach, under German icon Miroslav Klose, with the option to be signed permanently. However, the Austrian Bundesliga club opted not to make Jungdal a permanent transfer.

The Dane was linked to Spanish La Liga minnows Getafe as well but instead chose to continue his development some 70-odd kilometers south of Milan, in Cremona.

Jungdal, born in Singapore, initially played in Denmark for Skibet IF and hen Vejle Boldklub before joining the Rossoneri youth academy in 2019.

Our Take on Jungdal to Cremonese

The 21-year-old is expected to rise through the ranks with his sheer explosivity and reflexes. The move to the Grigiorossi will give him ample space to be away from the spotlight and focus solely on his development. Jungdal is very well capable of being in the limelight, and his future might be back in San Siro to succeed Mike Maignan, who he has been compared to.

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