FTC: The U21 national team player returns to Üllői út

FTC: The U21 national team player returns to Üllői út

According to National Sport information, U21 national team defender Iyinbor Patrick, who was loaned to Vasas last summer, could start his summer preparations with the first team at Ferencváros.

Patrick Einbor (with the ball) has been a regular player for FC Fez this season (Photo: Hedi Tombach, archive)

Indoor defender Einborough Patrick, 20, has had a fantastic season, as he was one of the second-tier spotters. Last year, he was loaned to Vasas from NB III team from Ferencváros for a year, where he quickly became a regular in NB II, playing in 29 matches so far in the second division (one round on the left), scoring a goal and entering the national under-21 team year.

We know that Vasas wants to sign a permanent contract, but he has a direct contract with Ferencváros, and the professional staff at Greens and Whites are also interested in that, so depending on the current situation, you can start summer preparations with the FTC.

the summer Movement of players in the city of Ferenc

Access:
Borrowers:
from loan may come back: Einpur Patrick (Axe) , Andras Csonca (Budavok), Bonnie Dominic (Soroxar), Jira Daniel (AFC rifle), Matte Katuna Follow FavoriteAnd Adam Farga Follow Favorite
Young recruits/conclude a professional contract:

Featured: Adama Traore (Mali, Sheriff of Tiraspol – Moldova), Andrian Crave (Bulgaria, Levsky Sofia – Bulgaria), Derek Cornelius (Canadian, Vancouver Whitecaps – Canada, now Panetolikos – Greece), Salio Jindo (KF Laci – Albania)
departing:

Borrowers:
Returning to their club on loan:
They can leave / inquire about them: Rocco Baturina (Croatian), Miha Blasic (Slovenian), Lhasa Dvale (Georgia, your contract expires), Robert Mac (Slovak, your contract ends), Marco Marine (German, retired), Tokmac Nguen (Somali-Norwegian, contract expired), Somalia (Brazilian)

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