January 7th local time on Saturday morning, Schalke officially announced that they will transfer from the Ligue 1 team Brest
Loan fullback Uronin.
The 28-year-old Uronin joined Schalke on loan, and the contract included a buyout option. The club officially stated that all parties reached an agreement to remain silent on other contract details.
The player will wear the royal blue No. 18 jersey in the future and has arrived at Belek’s training camp on Friday to participate in training.
Uronen is the second Finnish player in the history of Schalke. He has played 61 times for the Finnish national team.
In his career, the full-back played a total of around 300 professional games, including 38 European games.
Regarding joining Schalke, Uronen said: "I am very happy with the realization of the transfer. Especially since Taimu Pukki played for Schalke, this club has become a household name in Finland. With the management and
The manager’s conversation went really well and I’m looking forward to meeting my new team-mates and playing my first game in front of the fans at the Veltins-Arena."
Team coach Rice said: "With Uronen and Ovian, we have two different types of left-backs: the former focuses more on defense and is very disciplined when returning to defense, while the latter has his own offensive skills.
Strengths. This flexibility will help us adapt to different opponents and formations. I am looking forward to working with Uronin."