Wanderers pursued Kramer back on Deadline Day, and it was thought that Wanderers tried to sign him again when he was released by Feyenoord.
However, Kramer wasn’t too keen on a move to England, and was subsequently linked with a move to Belgian giants Anderlecht.
That move didn’t happen, so Kramer was going to start training with Dutch second division side Telstar.
But, the move to Sparta, who are rock bottom of the Eredivisie has happened instead.
DEFINITIEF - Michiel Kramer @kramerinho is zojuist gekeurd en heeft zijn contract getekend. Tot het einde van het seizoen is hij speler van #SpartaRotterdam https://t.co/njMblVHOPL pic.twitter.com/UhdgVE4FIF— Sparta Rotterdam (@SpartaRotterdam) February 12, 2018
Sparta are managed by former Sunderland, Rangers and Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat. He worked miracles keeping Sunderland in the Premier League, and it looks like he’s going to have to do the same again for Sparta.
Upon his arrival at Sparta, Michiel Kramer stated:
“I have been without a club for a while, but I have just trained for myself. Of course it is different to train with a group, but I’m just fit and I do not suffer from anything, so that’s okay, we just have to keep Sparta in the Eredivisie and that’s what we’re going for.”
Wanderers have looked at other strikers, most notably former Arsenal player Marouane Chamakh, but have yet to sign one.