With his quality and personality, Anel Ahmedhodzic is one of the most interesting names on the Swedish scene. In the top tier, the Bosnian has had a phenomenal season, attracting the interest of several big clubs.
Born in 1999, the centre-back plays for Malmö who currently tops the Swedish league, Allsvenskan. He returned to the club in January after his experiences at Nottingham Forest and at Hobro in Denmark.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, Ahmedhodzic has ended up on the wish lists of Chelsea and Milan, who are monitoring his growth. In 2020, it has been immense, also thanks to the work of the manager, former Milan striker Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Prior to the Europa League play-off clash against Granada, the 21-year-old was reprimanded by Tomasson for calling Roberto Soldado ‘old’. A disrespectful comment which, however, paints a good picture of Ahmedhodzic’s character.
He doesn’t fear his opponents, just like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whose transfer record he could break. Ahmedhodzic, who opted to play for Bosnia instead of Sweden, is valued at €10m by Malmö while Ibra moved for around €8m.