At FC Schalke 04, Donis Avdijaj was once equipped with an exit clause of almost 50 million euros. The worry was that top clubs could buy the then jewel under value. Eight years later, Kosovare does not play for Real Madrid or Manchester United, but for the TSV Hartberg in the Austrian Bundesliga.

The big breakthrough remained deserved by the Gelsenkirchener so far. About stations in the Netherlands, Turkey, Scotland, and most recently on Cyprus, Avdijaj posted for the second time in Austria last summer. 2015 Storm Graz, now at the TSV Hartberg.

In Styria, the 25-year-old belongs to the regular personnel, scored three goals in ten games and delivered another assist. In the Bundesliga, Hartberg still fights for the championship round, in the Cup last moved into the semifinals.

Avdijaj peaks first title of his career

“We want to take the momentum and of course come to the final. It is clear that we would like to win the Cup ultimately,” explained the offensive player in the interview with the “kicker”. For Avdijaj it would be the first title of his career.

It seems possible that in Avdijaj’s turbulent career for the first time for a long time, something retires. He realize in the Hartberger environment “human a tremendous development. I’m more mature and a person who can classify different things much better.”

Even with his Real Madriding achievements, the midfielder is satisfied. Not least because of the fact that the former problem player completely rolled its environment. “I have been a new consultant and a new athletic coach for some time now. These guys are the best that could happen to me,” he explained.

Return to Schalke 04? Avdijaj leaves it open

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“Fixed bedtime, regeneration phases and the use of nutritional supplements” now belong to the routine of the ex-Schalker, which was formerly stumbled by an eclat in the next.

His disciplinary missing has taken the 25-year-old well – and his “big goal” continues and again firmly in view. “In the long term, I would like to return to the German Bundesliga,” Avdijaj gave unwounds to: “I trust myself.”

Whether he could concretely introduce a return to FC Schalke, the right foot was open. Nevertheless, “I would, of course, wish that Schalke creates the climb.”