Tusker FC striker David Majak will feature for Kalmar FF’s junior side until the transfer window opens in July 15.


Majak was confirmed by the Swedish side last week on a six months loan deal and while the player is expected in Sweden later this month, the club confirmed that he won’t be eligible to play for the first team until July and will only train with them.


“He (Majak) will provisionally join us on 20 May. Until the transfer window opens on July 15, David will participate in Kalmar FF’s training and games in U21 matches,” a statement from the club noted.


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On his part Jörgen Petersson, the club’s Sports Manager noted: “In the times we are in, we at Kalmar FF have generally decided not to invite to test training or short test games as it is too uncertain with entries, risk of infection, permits etc.


“We have also chosen to avoid traveling on scouting trips for the same reason. It makes scouting different than usual, contacts are processed intensively, and it is just a matter of trying to find as good solutions as possible in that work!”


On his side, the player said: “I am very happy to come to Kalmar FF. It is a dream come true to move to Europe and get this opportunity as a football player. I also want to take the opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone who participated and made it possible for me to get the chance to come here. Now I look forward to these new challenges in my career and to meeting my new teammates in the association.”


Kalmar has the exclusive option to make the move a permanent one in 2022 should the player impress during his loan spell.


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