Croatian international defender Gordon Schildenfeld, who has been selected in Croatia’s squad to face Norway in their Euro 2016 qualifier next week in Zagreb, has hinted at a possible return to his former club Dinamo Zagreb…
Schildenfeld plays for Greek club Panathinaikos where he is on loan from Dynamo Moscow. This summer his contract expires, and despite being offered another contract, the 30-year-old told Goal.com that a return to his former club Dinamo Zagreb is not out of the question.
“Dinamo is a serious club. They are involved in UEFA Champions League qualifying, have a good side, and the conditions at the club are excellent. I would not have anything against making a return to the club, but we will have to see after we sit down and talk,” he said.
Schildenfeld scored twice in 32 appearances for the Zagreb club between 2007 and 2008. Before Panathinaikos he spent time playing at Beşiktaş, Sturm Graz and Eintracht Frankfurt.