Swedish top-flight side Kalmar FF has loaned out striker David Majk to Division 1 side IFK Lulea.
Majak is at the club on a six months loan from Tusker FC with the club having a right to sign him permanently should he impress during his stay there.
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According to the club, the decision to loan the player again is to enable him to have more playing time as they evaluate his abilities.
“David Majak Chan will be loaned out for the rest of the season to IFK Luleå in Division 1 North,” a statement from Kalmar noted.
On his side, the club’s manager added: ” The structure around David Majak Chan is based on a longer test period where we want to be able to see and evaluate him during the season to be able to make a decision about the future.
“An important part of that evaluation is to be able to analyze David in a match. To get the opportunity for as much playing time as possible in competitive matches, we see loaning him as the best option for him,” he said.
Formed in 1900, the team whose home colors are blue, play in a 5000 capacity Skogsvallen Stadium and are currently placed 13th in the Ettan league.
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