Sorensen completes move to Huddersfield

Lincoln City's Lasse Sorensen applauds after a match. He is wearing a white shirt and green shorts.

Lasse Sorensen has joined Huddersfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

Originally signing as a centre midfielder for City in the summer 2021, he was converted to a right wing-back with great success.

Lasse made 136 appearances over three seasons and scored 10 goals - including a memorable one struck from inside his own half in the 2022/23 campaign which won him the club’s Goal of the Season accolade.

He also threw himself into City’s community activities, being named the PFA Community Champion in both the past two seasons.

Director of football Jez George said: “While we’re sad to see Lasse leave, he does so with our respect and affection for how he has represented our club with such distinction on and off the pitch.

“As we were unable to extend Lasse’s contract last season, despite all of our best efforts, we knew that if we didn’t sell him this summer he would leave on a free transfer at the end of the season.

“While we would obviously have preferred for Lasse to move to a club in the Championship, that option didn’t exist. Huddersfield were professional throughout our negotiations and met our valuation after we turned down two offers, so we concluded that it was in the best interest of Lincoln City to agree a deal.” 

Everyone at the Imps thanks Lasse for his contribution to the club and wishes him well for the future.