The reigning German champions Bayern Munich prefer not only to work on strengthening their squad with high-quality players, but also prefer a younger generation of players for their further growth in sport.
One of those could be Danish Copenhagen forward Roony Bardghji, who two weeks earlier was only 16 years old, but that does not prevent him from being the leader of his club’s U-19 team.
The left-footed performer, who prefers to play as a right winger or in the central axis of attack, has played 12 matches this season, scoring five goals.
The Swedish-born footballer of Syrian origin has also featured in Sweden’s U-17 youth team, making his debut at the age of 15 and appearing in four matches and scoring two goals.
Bardghji was born in Kuwait, but was forced to flee to Sweden at the age of seven due to the political and economic situation in the country.