Viborg buys successful tenant free of Swiss club


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Copenhagen. Nicolas Bürgy’s lease agreement in Viborg FF was actually over, but the Swiss is not going anywhere just yet.

The Superliga club has thus had its wallet out of its back pocket and bought the 26-year-old defender free of his contract in Swiss Young Boys.

It informs the club on its website.

Swiss Nicolas Bürgy went straight in as a regular in Viborg’s central defense, and sports manager Jesper Fredberg could not bear to say goodbye right now.

– We are extremely happy that we have succeeded in getting Nicolas on a permanent agreement. It has been a top priority for us to maintain the continuity of that position towards the difficult second season in the Super League, says Fredberg.

Nicolas Bürgy has signed a contract that can keep him in the cathedral city until the summer of 2025.

He managed to play 15 matches and score two goals for Viborg in the spring season, where the club secured participation in the Conference League qualifiers.

– I am really happy to be in the club, where I have been given an important role with lots of responsibility, and that is important for me and my career.

– Now I look forward to a new and exciting period with the team. I have previously played both the Europa League and the Champions League with Young Boys, and now I am looking forward to the Conference League with Viborg, he says.

The 26-year-old Swiss can boast of having played full time in two Champions League matches. It happened in 2021, when the Young Boys met Villarreal and Atalanta. He sat on the bench against the group’s last team, Manchester United.

/ ritzau /


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