Pajtim Kasami

Pajtim Kasami ( 2010)


Kasami began his career in 2003 with the Swiss club FC Winterthur. After three years he moved to Grasshopper Club Zurich from, who gave it in 2008 to the top English club Liverpool FC. In 2009 he was transferred at sixteen to Lazio.

In March 2010, he joined the Swiss AC Bellinzona to his first stakes in the professional sector. After half a year there, Kasami signed a five - year contract with the Italian first division side U.S. Palermo. In the Sicilians, he played for the first time at international level in the Europa League against NK Maribor. His debut in Serie A, he was on 30 August 2010 against Cagliari Calcio. This was followed by thirteen other inserts in the league. After only a year he moved to the English Premier League for Fulham FC from London, where he signed a contract until 2015. The peel is said to have stood at 3.5 million pounds sterling. From Fulham he was then borrowed for the second round of the Swiss Super League club FC Lucerne. He signed with FC Luzern a contract until 30 June 2013.


Pajtim Kasami runs on for teams from Switzerland. His biggest success was the first place with the Swiss U- 17 team at the 2009 World Championships, where he was able to achieve a goal. He now plays for the U-21 national team. On October 15, 2013 he made his debut in the Swiss national team against Slovenia and scored his first goal on November 15, 2013 in a friendly match against South Korea.


As a national player

  • U -17 World Cup 2009
  • Finalist at the U -21 European Championship 2011 (two inserts)
  • Participation in the Olympic Games in London 2012