Wednesday, 17 February 2010


Hajduk Split castaways Ivan Rodic and Hjorve Vejic are reportedly set to leave the club after moves were made for the players in the remaining transfer window still open. 23 year former Sibenik forward Rodic looks bound for Russian Premier League club Spartak Nalchik ending a unhappy 6 months at the Poljud. Vejic, 33 is a former Croatian international who played in Euro 2008. The central defender was put on the scrapheap after refusing to reduce his wages. Recently departed coach Edy Reja said Vejic's absence would be felt by the team and it appears their is no going back as the player is set for a move to China.

Meanwhile, NK Zadar have added to their depleted squad by signing NK Zagreb forward Davor Piskor on a free transfer. Zadar who lost three key players to Hajduk as well as Bosnian forward Edin Saranovic, will give the player plenty of opportunities after he was deemed surplus to replacement at Zagreb since the arrival of Goran Ljubojevic.

Stjepan Poljak
is still attempting to settle his ongoing dispute with Turkish club Eskirespor and is being rumoured to be in China with Shanghai Shenua on trial. The side coached by Miroslav Blazevic also are tracking Dario Zahora. This follows a unsuccessful offer made to Goran Mujanovic, who is trialling with Legia Warsaw and being pursued by Slaven Belupo.