Almen Abdi

Almen Abdi is a Switzerland international who plays club football for . The attacking midfielder signed for the Owls for £4m in July 2016 having spent the previous four years at Watford, scoring 25 goals in 115 league appearances. Born in Prizren, Kosovo (formerly Yugoslavia), on 21st October 1986, Abdi began his career with the FC Zurich academy before breaking into the first team and lifting three Swiss Super League titles and one Swiss Cup between 2003 and January 2010, when he moved to Ligue 1 with Le Mans for six months. A free transfer to Udinese followed in the July before a transfer to Watford – both clubs are owned by the Pozzo family – in July 2012. He would go on to make over 100 appearances for the Hornets, including the 2015 Championship promotion campaign and the 2016 FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace. Abdi made his international debut for Switzerland against Cyprus in May 2008.

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Switzerland
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Prizren
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Almen Abdi

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Switzerland
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Prizren
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Almen Abdi is a Switzerland international who plays club football for . The attacking midfielder signed for the Owls for £4m in July 2016 having spent the previous four years at Watford, scoring 25 goals in 115 league appearances. Born in Prizren, Kosovo (formerly Yugoslavia), on 21st October 1986, Abdi began his career with the FC Zurich academy before breaking into the first team and lifting three Swiss Super League titles and one Swiss Cup between 2003 and January 2010, when he moved to Ligue 1 with Le Mans for six months. A free transfer to Udinese followed in the July before a transfer to Watford – both clubs are owned by the Pozzo family – in July 2012. He would go on to make over 100 appearances for the Hornets, including the 2015 Championship promotion campaign and the 2016 FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace. Abdi made his international debut for Switzerland against Cyprus in May 2008.