Brian Laudrup is an former Danish football player who used to feature prominently during the 1980s and 1990s. He played as a striker and is considered a Danish football legend. He won Euro ‘92 with Denmark and was named by Pele in March 2004 as one of the 125 greatest living footballers.

Brian Laudrup was born into a very much footballing family with father, Finn Laudrup, and brother Michael footballers too. He started his club career with Danish giants Brondby. He subsequently went onto play for Bayern Munich and AC Milan amongst others and was signed by Scottish giants Rangers in 1994 for 2.3 million pounds. He was a huge success at Rangers and won trophies galore. He then went onto play for Chelsea, FC Kobenhavn and Ajax.

Brian Laudrup made his international debut for Denmark in 1987 and played a total of 82 international matches for his nation, scoring 21 goals. His debut for Denmark was against (West) Germany on November 18,1987 when he was only 18 years of age. He featured at the 1998 World Cup finals.

Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.86 m /
Born 22 Feb 1969
Nationality Denmark Denmark
Team History
223 ajax amsterdam Ajax 1999 - 2000
294 fc copenhagen FC Copenhagen 1998 - 1999
235 rangers fc Rangers 1994 - 1998
6 chelsea fc Chelsea 1998
37 ac milan AC Milan 1993 - 1994 (loan)
105 acf fiorentina Fiorentina 1992 - 1993
115 fc bayern munich Bayern 1990 - 1992
KFC Uerdingen 05 KFC Uerdingen 05 1989 - 1990
295 brondby if Brondby 1986 - 1989

Brian Laudrup won the Danish Footballer of the Year award twice.

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