After spending one season at Zulte Waregem, Henrik Dalsgaard left the Belgian side for Brentford in 2017.
The Bees had then offered a three-year contract to the right-back and he’s been a regular figure in the English club’s starting lineup, already making 80 starts in the Championship for Brentford.
With his current deal at Griffin Park set to expire at the end of this season, reports from Denmark suggest the English side are yet to offer the 30-year-old a new deal.
In addition to this, the Dane has also not made a decision on his future beyond this campaign.
Dalsgaard spent the majority of his playing career at Danish side Aalborg Boldspilklub (AaB) and speaking to Nordjyske, the fullback has opened the door for a potential return to his former club.
“Never say never. I don’t know what’s going to happen, and at the moment I’m taking it easy,” Dalsgaard was quoted as saying by Tipsbladet.
The Brentford player also makes it very clear that certain conditions have to met, if he’s to return to AaB.
“However, if I have to change club next summer, it must be a good package solution for me and my family. I have two small children, so I will take some other considerations into account than if I were just myself,” he added.
If Brentford decide against offering Dalsgaard an extension before the end of this year, he can sign a pre-contract with a foreign club from January.