Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Sasa Kalajdzic name the most difficult thing he is facing right now at Wolves

Wolves player mentions adaption issues in England and one key improvement he’d make.
Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Sasa Kalajdzic has said that adjusting to life in England and the cultural shock has been challenging.

The Austrian forward discussed his move to Wolves and the problems he’s faced on the Sky Sports podcast “The Audio Evidence,” which was carried by Kronen Zeitung.

The huge striker joined Wolves in a €18 million deal from VfB Stuttgart last summer after three years in Germany, having begun his career in his home Austria.

While the transfer from Austria to Germany was likely smooth, the same cannot be said for the adjustment from Germany and life in Europe to life in the United Kingdom.

He’s had plenty of time to live that life in the last year, having spent it on the sidelines after suffering a catastrophic knee injury in his debut for Wolves.

And it appears that he has been underwhelmed by his new surroundings, stating that there is one significant improvement he would want to see, and that is related to the cuisine on offer.

“Despite its 300,000 inhabitants, this is not the creme de la creme of cities,” he explained.

“It’s not like it is in Austria or Germany.” A distinct mindset. I was born in Vienna and raised in Stuttgart. Then you arrive in Wolverhampton. This is an excellent place to start a family.

“Do you have an English restaurant anywhere in the world?” You go to an Italian restaurant, a Croatian restaurant, or an Austrian restaurant to eat schnitzel.

“You go to the pub here. You don’t have the same options as in Vienna or Stuttgart. Everything here that isn’t a pub closes around three or four o’clock.”

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