How does a player develop across seven teams and six countries in four years?
Erik Palmer-Brown plays for Austria Wien. He’s the starting centerback for the 7th placed Austrian Bundesliga club, one on-par with with Brescia, Real Zaragoza, and Nottingham Forest.
Though he plays in Austria, Palmer-Brown is actually a Manchester City player. After impressing at the 2017 U-20 World Cup, he transferred from Kansas City to Manchester City in January 2018. The road to Vienna featured stops in Kortrijk and Breda. While at Kansas City, Palmer-Brown also had loans with Swope Park and Porto.
Palmer-Brown signed with Kansas City as a Homegrown Player in 2013, but never played more than 650 minutes a season for them. He’s yet to appear for Manchester City, though he’ll return their when his loan with Austria Wien ends this June.