Egzon Binaku, the player who left Sweden to be part of Albanian team

Egzon Binaku, the player who left Sweden to be part Albanian team

 The surprise player of Christian Panuccit's list for the next two friendly matches, with Kosovo on May 29 and against Ukraine on June 3 is undoubtedly, Egzon Binaku.

Binaku wore the U-21 Swedish national shirt, but has decided to take the Albanian passport and become part of the Albanian national team.

We are dealing with a defensive player who plays on the left as a natural role but has tried to make the right defender for the coach's needs. He was born on August 27,  1995, is 22 years old and plays with the Swedish club Malmö FF.

The Kosovo-born boy made his debut at Allsvenskan (Sweden's elite football) in the match against Halmstads BK on May 4, 2015. He has also played two matches with Sweden U-21, and was also part of the 19-year-old national of this Scandinavian country.

In the last Swedish championship, Binaku has been activated in 10 games or 524 minutes, in 5 challenges he began the match from the start and in the other 5 entered as a substitute.

Previously, the defender in question was been part of BK Häcken and IFK Åmål, Sweden.
Egzon Binaku, the player who left Sweden to be part of Albanian team Egzon Binaku, the player who left Sweden to be part of Albanian team Monday, May 21, 2018 Rating: 5
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