Milot Rashica is a left-winger who just turned 23 a few weeks ago and plays for Werder Bremen. The young Kosovan made last season 26 appearances in the Bundesliga, scored nine goals and assisted five times. Due to his great performances during the last season, he’s now the player with the third-highest market value in the squad of Bremen. Only Maximilian Eggestein and Davy Klaassen have a higher market value compared to Rashica’s which is £18 million.
His career so far
He was born in 1996 in Vushtrria, a city in Kosovo and played in the youth teams of his hometown club KF Vushtrria. He debuted for their senior team aged 16 and joined Vitesse in 2015. He spent three years at the Dutch club and made all in all 100 appearances for them.
Because of his good performances at Vitesse, Bremen took notice of the left-winger and signed him in January 2018 and Rashica reportedly signed a 4.5-year contract until 2022.
Rashica made several appearances for the youth national teams of Albania and also played two times for their senior team in friendlies. In August 2016, it was announced that Rashica had switched to Kosovo and in the same month, he received a call-up from Kosovo for a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Finland. Rashica made his debut for the Kosovan national team after being named in the starting line-up in this match.
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