Simon Kjaer is a central defender who plays for Fenerbahce and has been linked with a move to Arsenal.


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The Danish defender was one of the pillars of Fenerbahce’s defence last season, and now Arsenal are looking into the possibility of adding him to their squad ahead of the new season.

Kjaer made 43 appearances over all competitions last season, scoring three goals and making one assist, maintaining an average rating of 6.86 per-game.

The 28-year-old Kjaer started his career at Midtjylland where he made his first senior steps before a move to Palermo, Italy in 2008.

Since than, he has played for Wolfsburg, spent time on loan at Roma, moved to France to play for Lille, and, in 2015 moved to his current club, Fenerbahce.

For Denmark, he made his first senior appearance in 2009 and has went on to play 67 times for his country, scoring three goals, also getting the captaincy of the team.

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