The Celtic Football Club (Glasgow, Scotland) announced the signing of the first Ukrainian Ukrainian legionary team, Marijan Šveđanin, just before closing the transfer window.
The agreement was concluded today, January 31st, for a period of 4.5 years, according to the official website of the club. Both the wing and the club also believe that before a long career in Glasgow it will be useful to go back and continue to play.
For this purpose, he will return to Ukraine by April, then finally move to Glasgow.
Commenting on the official website of the club, Marjan said: "I am very proud to be here and I am proud to be the first Ukrainian player in my country to sign Celtic. I am particularly proud of what football means. I can become an example for Ukrainian football players and open their doors, I like to go one by one and cut the ball under my left foot, and here I hope I will solve the important goals of the club and give fans to Celtic to be happy Play for the next few months will be great a boost for me so that I can come with confidence in my ability and it will be very important for me to come here in the best possible form, I know that summer is a great time before the European teams for the season, so I want to be ready. "
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It became known that Yevgeny Khacheridi wanted to leave PAOK, but he has nowhere to go.
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