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Lukas Jensen has just ended a loan spell at Bolton that failed to see him make a solitary first team appearance for the lower league club but the Danish goalkeeper is now off to Iceland for the next couple of months.

He’s joining Icelandic league club Kόrdrengir who are based in the capital Reykjavik for the next two months as he looks to play some first team football to add to his experience.

They are just at the start of their season and Jensen will join them as soon as he’s completed a period of quarantine and our goalkeeping coach Billy Mercer said: “It’s a good move for him and a chance to play some competitive football. Being at Bolton around the first team environment in a promotion race has been a really valuable experience for him and this will be another.

“It’s credit to him that he hasn’t seen his family for a long time but wants to go out to another country and play over the summer. We’ll give him a couple of weeks off afterwards and then he’ll come back and we’ll see what’s best for him after that.”

Jensen has been with the Clarets since early in the 2019/20 season and had established himself as first choice goalkeeper in the under-23s before moving to Bolton. He is still to play some first team football but was on the bench for our first team during project restart in June and July last year.

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