Bojan Miovski to endure medical at Aberdeen’s Spanish base – however striker faces Brexit headache as soon as camp finishes
The 23-year-old North Macedonian worldwide can even practice with the Dons throughout their week-long camp.
Nonetheless, they face a Brexit headache with Miovski’s switch.
Aberdeen’s £535,000 signing Bojan Miovski will endure his medical on the squad’s Spanish coaching camp on Tuesday.
Though Miovski, signed on a four-year deal from MTK Budapest, will work with the Reds in Costa Blanca, he’ll NOT jet again to Scotland with the squad.
That’s as a result of the striker’s Visa continues to be being processed.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin, nonetheless, confirmed £100,000 summer time signing Ylber Ramadani’s Visa has now been secured.
Midfielder Ramadani, 26, will be part of the Dons in Spain within the subsequent day or two when he will get his passport again from the Visa workplace.
Albanian worldwide Ramadani can even jet again to the Granite Metropolis with the squad.
Ramadani will likely be in rivalry to make his Dons debut in opposition to Brechin Metropolis on Wednesday July 6.
Boss Goodwin additionally admitted he would like to convey Connor Ronan to Aberdeen this summer time.
Nonetheless, he accepts he faces stiff competitors to signal the Wolves midfielder.
Goodwin has refused to rule out a transfer for Wigan Athletic midfielder Jamie McGrath later in the summertime switch window.
Chatting with the Press and Journal on the La Finca Resort, he stated: “Bojan Miovski is allowed to come back out to Spain to do the medical as a result of European factor and he can practice with us as effectively.
“Nonetheless, as soon as we return to Aberdeen, Bojan sadly received’t be capable of include us as a result of he has to try this Visa course of.
“There may be a variety of pink tape and, with out going into the politics of Brexit, it definitely hasn’t helped the soccer aspect of issues.