Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin thanks board for forking out nearly £1m on switch charges in summer season rebuild
Chairman Dave Cormack and the Pittodrie board have spent nearly £1m in switch charges already in the course of the summer season switch window.
North Macedonian worldwide striker Bojan Miovksi was secured in a €625,000 (£535,000) deal from Hungarian membership MTK Budapest.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin has thanked the membership’s board for splashing the money to fund a summer season rebuild.
Miovski will be part of the Dons on a four-year contract following profitable completion of the UK immigration course of.
Aberdeen beat off competitors from golf equipment in Hungary, Russia, Belgium, Poland and Switzerland to signal Miovski, who was contracted to MTK Budapest till summer season 2023.
Goodwin insists signing Miovski is an indication of intent by Aberdeen which underlines the extent of the membership’s ambition.
Aberdeen additionally secured right-back Jayden Richardson for £300,00o from Nottingham Forest on a three-year deal earlier this week.
Albanian worldwide midfielder Ylber Ramadani had earlier been signed on a three-year deal from MTK Budapest for £100,000.
The overall spend up to now on this window is £935,000 and Goodwin is in talks with extra gamers as he goals to land additional additions.
Goodwin mentioned: “The chairman and his board of administrators have given us the funds and the finances to go and signal this degree of participant.
“It’s a huge funding, however we imagine that Bojan is the kind of participant we’d like.
“It’s an actual signal of intent from the membership to point out our supporters that we’ve got ambition.
“Signing high quality gamers like it will hopefully excite the followers for subsequent season.
“He was contracted to MTK and there was fairly a little bit of curiosity in him.