Kjaer delight at Lille deal

Danish defender Simon Kjaer has completed his move from Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg to French club Lille.

Last Updated: 05/07/13 at 20:31 Post Comment

Simon Kjaer: Happy at Lille

Simon Kjaer: Happy at Lille

The 24-year-old centre-back, who has also spent time at Palermo and Roma in Italy, has revealed his delight at signing for the 2011 champions of France.

"They have a great stadium and the best training ground I have ever seen," wrote Kjaer on Twitter.

"I have had a few days in Lille before finally signing. I'm so impressed by a well-organized club and my boss Rene Girard.

"Lille was the first club I visited to train with as a teenager - even before Real Madrid. My first love."

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