The 22-year-old has agreed private phrases with the Dons after MTK Budapest accepted an undisclosed payment from Aberdeen and the participant will be a part of his new membership after profitable completion of the UK immigration course of.
Miovski is the second arrival from Budapest as he follows Ylber Ramadani, who turned Jim Goodwin’s first signing as Dons boss earlier this month.
Bojan Miovski has turn into Aberdeen’s fifth signing of the shut season after the Macedonian striker joined the membership on a four-year deal.
Miovski, who scored 9 objectives in 29 appearances for his membership final season, has 10 caps for North Macedonia.
Dons boss Jim Goodwin is delighted to have the striker on board.
He stated: “We’ve been conserving an in depth eye on Bojan for a number of months now and have fought off some stiff competitors to safe the participant.
“He’s a striker with all the important thing attributes wanted to be a hit within the Scottish Premiership. He’s bought tempo, energy and implausible motion which allows him to get quite a few goalscoring alternatives on a constant foundation.
“He suits the profile of striker I requested Darren Mowbray and his scouting workforce to search out after we mentioned our recruitment again in February and he’s one other good instance of how we’re implementing our general recruitment technique on the membership.
“He’ll be 23 tomorrow, however is already extremely regarded throughout the nationwide set-up of North Macedonia, who themselves have been very unlucky to not qualify for the World Cup in Qatar this yr.
“We’re delighted to welcome Bojan to Pittodrie and stay up for working with him over the subsequent 4 years.”