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Weird News "Our 21": Czech Approving Hope Adam Hlozek - A Man for Real or Barça?

20:05  09 june  2021
20:05  09 june  2021 Source:   90min.de

Adam Hložek In the focus of the top clubs: Also Bayern and Dortmund in the race

 Adam Hložek In the focus of the top clubs: Also Bayern and Dortmund in the race Exclusive - Adam Hložek is one of the most talented medium tower in Europe and is chased by numerous top clubs. The 18-year-old Czech still has until 2022 contract at Sparta Prague, but could already connect a larger club in summer. Like 90min, there are also the Bundesliga Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund among the interested parties. © Provided by 90min Adam Hložek is high in the top clubs in Europe.

imagine you will be at the age of 18 Goal Scorer in the highest class of play of your country, although you were injured five months of the season and was not even used the complete playing time as a center tower.

Adam Hlozek gilt als großes Sturm-Juwel | VLADIMIR SIMICEK/Getty Images © Provided by 90min Adam Hlozek is considered great storm jewel | Vladimir Simicek / Getty Images

This is the kind of tremendous talent with which we have to do it at Adam Hlozek.

The striker of Sparta Prague is associated with some of the largest clubs in Europe - even if he recently signed a new contract at Sparta. The interest in the Czech offensive gem will surely increase in the coming weeks if he can prove his immense skills at the Euro 2020.

Hlozek is one of the Youngsters that 90min complies with the European Championship to the Shooting Star. Before the rest of the world jumps on the train, here a small overview of Czech storm hope:

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