Football club Brøndby announced on Tuesday that it had agreed to sell winger Jonas Kamper to Arminia Bielefeld in the German Bundesliga.
The fleet-footed Kamper began his career at Brøndby and managed to score 17 goals in 144 matches.
'I've been extremely happy to be a part of Brøndby, I've been here since my teen years after all and feel I've gone through a major development,' said Kamper.
Despite success at Brøndby, Kamper felt the time was ripe for change.
'Lately I've felt I haven't developed as much as I would like, and I've felt a need for new challenges. And the right offer appeared now. I hope one day I can return to Brøndby because the club has begun an exciting development,' Kamper said.
With the sale of Jonas Elmander to Toulouse in France last week, Brøndby has seen its front-line thinned out. The club harboured no ill-feelings toward Kamper, however, said Anders Bjerregaard, the sports director of Brøndby.
'We've had a good dialogue with Jonas Kamper and his agent about the possibilities for transferring to a different club. Jonas had reached a point in his career where something new had to happen if he was going to get further in his development,' said Anders Bjerregaard, the sports director of Brøndby. 'We're happy we can send him to a club with good chances for developing.'