Netan Sansara agrees terms with Danish outfit
British Asian defender Netan Sansara has signed for Danish First Division side FC Vestsjælland on a one-year contract.
The 22-year-old left-back has previously plied his trade at Walsall and Dundee, and spent last season with Cypriot outfit PAEEK FC.
Former England Under-18 and 19 international Netan becomes the first British-born Asian to ply his trade in Danish football.
Netan, a leading supporter of Kick It Out, made the decision to move to FC Vestsjælland, who are co-owned by Indian-based Anglian Football, after turning down a number of tempting offers from clubs across Europe.
“I’m really excited about the new season ahead of me with my new club,” said Netan. “I’m glad to have got my future sorted and now I can concentrate on my football.
“After spending a few days in Denmark during the summer training with the team I really enjoyed my stay there, the players and the staff and it was a big reason in why I opted to join FCV. The hard work begins now and I will be doing all I can to play my part in helping the club succeed.”