Monday, 2 August 2010


Dinamo Zagreb will continue negotiations with Buducnost Podgorica over the arrival of their Montenegro international striker Fatos Beciraj. Dinamo's patience with Dodo and Ilija Sivonjic appears to have worn out and the Croatian Champions have even gone as far as to agree a fee for the Kosovan Albanian hitman. The player could arrive this week if Dinamo were to pay up front on the fee of 1m Euro's.

Dodo and Sivonjic meanwhile could be sent on loan, most likely to Inter Zapresic. Dodo was supposed to go to Lokomotiva, however Domagoj Antolic arrived instead. As shown in the video Beciraj is a strong finisher comparable in playing style with fellow Kosovan Albanian Shefki Kuqi. If Beciraj arrives at Dinamo he could allow Ante Rukavina to drop into a deeper lying forward role, although Miroslav Slepicka will still hope to have a say in matters. Andrej Kramaric is expected to stay on as fourth striker. Meanwhile newly signed Bosnian midfielder Almir Bekic has been sent to Lokomotiva. The departure of Antolic and Bekic opens the door once again for Ante Tomic who will be used as a regular substitute and in Cup matches.

Elsewhere it appears Sibenik's patience has also ceased after finding themselves in the relegation spots following the first two round of games. Sibenik have signed Medimurje pair Daniel Georgievski and Amauri and could soon be joined by former player Marko Kartelo and Hajduk Split's Ante Aracic. The signings may not stop their as Sibenik are desperately short in attack with youngsters Antonio Jakolis and Ivan Fustar being thrown in after Kresimir Makarin, Jusuf Dajic, Senid Kulacic and Ermin Zec all left.