Brentford forward Emiliano Marcondes has completed a loan move to Danish Superliga side FC Midtjylland, the Championship side have confirmed on their official website.
The 24-year-old arrived at Griffin Park under Dean Smith in the 2017/18 campaign, after establishing himself as one of the most prolific forwards in the Danish top-flight.
The versatile attacker scored 18 goals in 20 games for FC Nordsjaelland before his move to west London, but he has since endured a frustrating spell with the Bees.
Marcondes has made just eight league starts for Thomas Frank’s side, making 21 league appearances from off the bench, and failing to find the back of the net in a total of 31 games for Brentford thus far.
But now, the club have confirmed that Marcondes has signed for Danish Superliga leaders Midtjylland until the 31st of December, with Frank hoping that he regains his confidence in front of goal back in his home country.
Here, we take a look at what Brentford fans have made about this transfer deal…
If he can regain his scoring touch and build confidence back in Denmark we could be in for a really special second half of the season. Best of luck Emiliano
— Gabriel Heidler (@GJHeidler) September 2, 2019
All the best Emiliano. Go show everyone what a great footballer you are. 🐝
— Luis Adriano (@LuisAdrianoUK) September 3, 2019
Real shame this, he’s a quality player just needed some time. been massively unlucky with injuries etc.
— Peter Howe (@phathowe) September 2, 2019
Good luck , hope you go and rediscover the form that made us sign you in the first place 🐝🐝 #brentfordfc
— chris whittart (@fatwhit5) September 2, 2019
All the best Emiliano! Hope this move helps build your confidence and momentum for when you come back 👍
— NinjaStuart (@NinjaStuart) September 2, 2019
Do well & get your confidence back, we know you’re a good player 👍🐝
— Neal Goddard (@NealNgoddard68) September 3, 2019
Best luck to him
Been unlucky here and hopefully the loan can increase his confidence
— will (@will34175969) September 2, 2019
Not had a regular run in the side – owing to injuries, versatility, form & bad luck. A drop in confidence & our other options in attack make this a good move for both. Has more than enough about him to succeed. Good luck Emiliano.
— Chris Perry (@TW8_Gulls) September 2, 2019
Good luck Emiliano, find your feet again 👌
— Joe (@DeclinedPayment) September 2, 2019
Good luck geezer
— Mr Wayne BFC (@wayneyboy92) September 2, 2019
Good luck. Game time and goals to follow
— Nigel Davison (@Nige150) September 2, 2019
Good luck @EmilianoMarcon3 you’ll be back, I’m sure.
— james b (@jambemo1) September 2, 2019