“It’s worrying, we don’t know what to do anymore,” says the sporting director of the club he represents, Emil Robak.
The past two weeks have been full of fears within IFK Norrköping, all thanks to the disappearance of Emil Robak, the 20-year-old on loan from Milan who, according to the Swedish club’s sporting director, has not been heard from for some time. 14 days. The striker, who arrived at the Rossoneri in 2020 for €1.5 million “at the hands of” Zlatan Ibrahimovic – who recommended his signature – is yet to play a single official match this season.
“I want him to come here so we can find a solution that works for everyone. I hope he comes back, but it’s hard to understand because we haven’t seen him for 14 days. I want to know if he’s okay. It’s worrying.” “We can’t contact him, I don’t know what we can do,” Norrköping sporting director Tony Martinsson said, quoted by AS. We have tried to talk to him several times, but it is difficult.”
Roback impressed with the Swedish Hammarby squad, after he signed with Milan U-19 in 2020, for 1.5 million euros. His stay at the Rossoneri was short and the youngster ended up being loaned out to Nordsjælland in 2022/23, before returning to Italy. Currently he represents FC Norrköping, also on loan.
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