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Premier League and Championship clubs eyeing move for Sweden star Viktor Claesson this summer

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Premier League and Championship clubs eyeing move for Sweden star Viktor Claesson this summer
Premier League and Championship clubs eyeing move for Sweden star Viktor Claesson this summer


Premier League and Championship clubs eyeing move for Viktor Claesson this summer… with Sweden winger weighing up his future at Krasnodar after entering into final year of deal

  • Viktor Claesson has spent the last four-and-a-half years with Krasnodar 
  • The Sweden winger is considering his future with less than a year left on deal 
  • He has scored 40 goals and recorded 30 assists in the Russian Premier League
  • The 29-year-old can operate on both flanks and as a No 10 and played at Euros











Sweden winger Viktor Claesson is eyeing a move to England this summer, with Premier League and Championship clubs considering a move for the 29-year-old.

Claesson has spent the last four and a half years with Krasnodar in the Russian top flight, picking up 40 goals and 30 assists across 132 games.

Now, though, the 29-year-old is considering his future after his contract entered its final year.

Sweden winger Viktor Claesson is eyeing a move to a club in England this summer

Sweden winger Viktor Claesson is eyeing a move to a club in England this summer

Claesson has spent the last four and a half years with Krasnodar in the Russian top flight

Claesson has spent the last four and a half years with Krasnodar in the Russian top flight

Clubs in England’s top two tiers are monitoring Claesson, who could be available at a cut-price fee, with his current deal running out at the end of the season.

The winger, who can operate on both flanks and as a No 10, has also won 50 caps for his country.

He started against England in the 2018 World Cup quarter final and was also named in Sweden’s squad for Euro 2020, netting a last-minute winner in their 3-2 win over Poland.

Claesson began his career with Varnamo in Sweden before heading to Russia in 2017.

The 29-year-old (right) started against England in his side's 2018 World Cup quarter-final loss

The 29-year-old (right) started against England in his side’s 2018 World Cup quarter-final loss

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