The first winter certificate of Újpest is a 17-time national team player – official

Märten Kuusk arrives in Újpest from the guard of FC Flora Tallinn. The 25-year-old and 182-centimeter-middle midfielder made his debut at the Estonian first division at Kalju FC in 2016 and was certified to FC Flora four years ago, where he won the championship three times and raised the cup twice or twice. and the super cup.

This season, he and his team made it to the group stage of the Europa Conference League, where he could also play football against Serbian Partizan Belgrade and Belgian Ghent.

Kuusk can also be considered a regular in the Estonian national team, as he has played in 17 coats of arms since his debut in 2019.

I am very happy to have been to a club with a long history. I’m looking forward to training with the guys so we can get ready for the start of the season. So far I have heard good things about the OTP Bank League and Újpest as well, I am ready to embark on a new adventure.

I think that the progress compared to the Estonian league is that I can play in Hungary, because the tournament is stronger and the clubs are of a higher standard. Although there are good associations at home, Hungary is a different level overall.

I heard that Újpest used to be an Estonian player before, I hope that later the fans will remember me with a good heart. – said the bekk after the signing

The Estonian Legionnaire is the first official certificate of Újpest in the winter transfer season. A IV. district club also announced a depart on Tuesday, as the Hungarian national team Zoltán Stieber is certified for MTK Budapest.

An earlier pot video with the defender reveals, among other things, that Carles Puyol and Sergio Ramos are the two role models:

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