Striker Bojan Miovski gained’t really feel any stress with £535,000 price ticket, insists boss Jim Goodwin
The Dons splashed out €625,000 (£535,000) to signal North Macedonian worldwide Miovski from Hungarian membership MTK Budapest.
Striker Miovski, capped 10 instances, signed a four-year contract.
Summer time signing Bojan Miovski gained’t be affected by stress to ship on his excessive price ticket, insists Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin.
Aberdeen beat off curiosity from golf equipment in Hungary, Russia, Belgium, Poland and Switzerland to land the 23-year-old.
The price to land Miovski took the entire summer time switch window spend near £1m.
Goodwin stated: “I don’t assume this man is concerned by stress.
“In talking with him, he’s an excellent character with good confidence and self-belief.
“You don’t get to the extent he’s been enjoying at with out these qualities.
“North Macedonia solely barely missed out on qualifying for the World Cup and had an excellent outcome in opposition to Italy not so way back.
“So Bojan must be a sure sort of character to be enjoying at that form of stage.”
Miovski met up with the Dons at their Spanish coaching camp earlier than passing a medical to finish his transfer.
Nevertheless, the striker hasn’t flown again to Scotland with the Dons as his Visa continues to be being processed.
However Miovski has stated he goals to be Aberdeen’s primary striker and ship the objectives to get the membership again into Europe.
Goodwin has signed six gamers as a part of his ongoing summer time switch window rebuild.