New York Red Bulls will reportedly be sending young striker Mathias Jorgensen to Denmark for experience with AGF Aarhus on loan for the 2020-21 season. The news comes from BT journalist Farzam Abolhosseini as the young striker has searched for minutes since joining the club back in 2019.
New news comes with the caveat that Jorgensen could make the move permanent after the spring loan-spell. The young Denmark international player joined New York as part of a youth moment. The move came at a high price with a 1.1 million dollar transfer fee but despite the money and hype, Jorgensen failed to score a goal in 13 appearances. His work with the USL side New York Red Bulls II was also underwhelming and the move could be away for both sides to come to an easy separation.
This leaves New York with even fewer options at the striker position with only Brian White and Tom Barlow as options. Head of Sport Kevin Thelwell did speak about how he and new head coach Gerhard Struber identified needs for the team. Goals from the striker position appears to be one from the outside perspective.
New York is currently in the off-season and have announced preliminary roster moves which also saw players like Marc Rzatkowski, Ben Mines and Chris Lema leave the club.