After the Jaka brothers, Albania and Switzerland will also share the Ajeti brothers. The elder one, Arlind Ajeti, plays since two years for the Albanian National Team and was one of the protagonists of Euro 2016 finals in France. The younger brother, Albian Ajeti, is expected to wear the Swiss National Team flannel, with which it should be noted he has played in all age groups.
After an excellent season with St. Gallen, the value of Albian Ajet has increased considerably and most likely Switzerland’s coach Vladimir Petkovic will include the 20-year-old's name on the player’s list for the friendly match with Belarus and the official match against the Faroe Islands.
Albian Ajeti, along with his twin brother Adonis, has an Albanian passport, like their brother Arlind, thus it was expected to see them as part of the Albanian team in a near future. But while the Albanian National Team has taken no steps in this direction Switzerland has done everything to include another Albanian striker that is expected to become a qualitative player in its ranks.