American striker Charlie Davies is taking his search for regular playing time to Denmark.
Sources have confirmed to SBI that the 26-year-old has signed with Danish side Randers FC. Davies had been with French club Sochaux since December, when his season-long loan deal with D.C. United expired and the MLS side declined an option to purchase his contract.
Davies made just two appearances off the bench for Sochaux, his first since suffering major injuries in a fatal October 2009 car accident near Washington, D.C., that sidelined him for a year and a half and kept him off the United States' 2010 World Cup squad. Davies scored 11 goals in 26 matches during his loan spell with United.
Davies announced the move on his Twitter account, writing, "Today is a very big day, I'm happy to announce I have signed with Randers FC!"
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