Football: Sturm digs deep into his pockets for Pyreth


Masters Sturm Cross have secured the signing of striker Micah Byrat from Arsenal. The 21-year-old signed a four-year deal at Dane Cross, where he scored nine goals in 22 games during a six-month loan spell. Sturm and Arsenal did not provide any information on the terms, but it would be a record transfer for Sturm.

More recently, a transfer fee of €4.7 million was rumored. That would be a club record for new signings. “It is clear that we had to take a big step financially for this transfer, but we fully believe in Mika and his ability, so we are sure that this transfer will bring us great joy,” said the management’s Thomas Debich. Sturm’s director of economic affairs quoted.

Sporting director Andreas Schicker was delighted with Biereth’s “very clear commitment to SK Sturm”. “Mika is a consummate professional striker for our system, with power, depth and a tremendous goal threat. We’ve never made it a secret that we wanted Mika to continue at Cross after his excellent performances in the spring.

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Mika Bairat is at the forefront of not only chasing goals but also celebrating successes.

“Let’s go, Swaz.”

Bairat, who delighted Sturm fans with the exuberance of the goals and double celebration, insisted he felt more comfortable at the cross. “Let’s go, Svos, I’m glad to be back in Cross!” explained Dane, who grew up in London.

Sturm’s previous record signing by more than two decades was Charles Amoa, who moved from St Gallen to Grasse in 2001 for the equivalent of four million euros during the Hannes Gartnick era. Red Bull Salzburg set Bundesliga record for new signings The runner-up paid a transfer fee of €13 million in the summer of 2022 for French midfielder Lucas Corneille-Dauth.

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