Timi Max Elšnik could move to Sweden, but… AIK sent an offer that was significantly too low for Olimpija’s management
Timi Max Elšnik, captain
recently admitted out loud after the national team match between Slovenia and Denmark:“I want to leave Olimpija!” As soon as possible, added the Styrian footballer on loan in Ljubljana. All well and good, but whoever wants to bring him in will have to meet Olimpija’s financial expectations. And they are – hand on heart – quite high. Timi Max Elšnik was valued at around €1 million, which was too much for
. The Stockholm club sent an offer for a midfielder with English experience, but Olimpija rejected it.
“It’s true, AIK from Stockholm sent an official offer for our captain, but it was significantly too low, so we rejected it,” Olimpija’s sport director told EkipoSN. Goran Boromisa added: “By rejecting the Swedes’ offer, we have only proved once again that we were very serious when we said we would not sell out and that we would not sell our players at any price.”
Timi Max Elšnik, 25, has been playing for Olimpija since January 2020 and has made 112 appearances in the green and white jersey, scoring 17 times.
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