Stefan Jovetic has slowly begun to promote the red and white team, as the Montenegrin striker arrived on Monday afternoon (9/4) in Greece in order to undergo medical examinations and then sign a cooperation contract with Olympiacos.
The Olympiacos management has been racing for a long time to find a striker with the quality and experience to surround the Moroccan duo, Kaabi Al-Arabi, in the attacking line, and is now ready to add him to its roster in… More .
Such is the case for Stevan Jovetic, as the 33-year-old Montenegro striker, who has been a free agent for some time, has overtaken Julian Carranza and become Diego Martinez’s choice to bolster the attack.
The two teams shook hands late on Sunday night and the player boarded the plane to Greece, where Jovetic arrived at midday on Monday (9/4), just after 12 noon, and is expected from here and abroad. To undergo the necessary medical examinations and ergonomic tests and sign a cooperation contract with Piraeus PAE.
“I’m very happy to be here. Olympiacos is a great club, with a great history and successes. We have been in negotiations for several weeks, everyone has made a great effort to bring me here and I am very proud to have come.” Jovetic confirmed in his first statements shortly after his arrival in our country.
After all, the Red and White want to be able to score it tonight (Monday 4/9) On her list European Football Association, So that he has the right to participate in his matches in the group stage European League.
Jovetic who is he?
Born on November 2, 1989 in Titogrande, Jovetic took his first football steps in the team of the same name and then joined the Partizan academy.
The Belgrade team offered him to Fiorentina for 8 million euros in 2008, and five years later (2013) Stefan moved to Manchester City, which spent 26 million euros.
This was followed by moves to Inter (13,500,000), Monaco (10,500,000) and Hertha Berlin, from which he was released last June. Jovetic is enjoying a career high of 405 matches, scoring 114 goals and providing 55 assists.
We remind you that Olympiacos had a communication channel with two other cases besides Carranza. We are talking about Monaco’s Miron Badu and Fulham’s Carlos Vinicius.
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