Timi Max Elšnik will play for Euro 2024 in Denmark, but also for his club future: Genoa increasingly keen on Olimpija captain
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Friday is the day for … Euro 2024?! We are all hoping and believing and crossing our fingers that this will be the case. Slovenia will beat Denmark, end a drought of more than a decade and secure a place at a major competition again for the first time since 2010. Timi Max Elšnik is one of those who will do everything to make this dream come true at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
Although he is captain of Olimpija, he is still quite inexperienced in terms of the number of national team appearances, Matjaž Kek has trusted him immensely in the last period no matter what. Timi Max Elšnik has thus become one of Slovenia’s key men in the Euro 2024 qualifiers, which has clearly increased his price tag and the number of clubs interested in him.
Already in the summer there were some who were hesitating whether to try to bring him in or not, but in the end Timi Max Elšnik stayed in Ljubljana. It is expected that he will be back in the spotlight in the winter with transfer rumours, which have in fact already started to spread. In Italy, the local media report that there is growing enthusiasm for a midfielder from Genoa which is playing in Serie A and is coached by former Italian international Alberto Gilardino.
In Italy, Timi Max Elšnik is said to be of interest to“a large number of European clubs“, which is why Genoa’s sporting director Marco Ottolini does not want to hesitate too much and is reportedly preparing a“winter swoop” for the captain of the reigning Slovenian champions.
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