As free agents this summer, both Hristijan Dragarski and Zoran Baldovaliev found new homes earlier in the week.
Hristijan Dragarski, a 23-year-old central defender, last played for Romanian top division club Concordia. However, at the conclusion of this past season, he became a free agent. Dragarski saw limited playing time in Romania, so he decided to search for a new home. In the end, he settled on Radnik Surdulica, a newly promoted team in Serbia. After Concordia, this will be second international adventure for the Bitola native, who began his career as a teenager with Pelister.
As for veteran striker Zoran Baldovaliev, he has opted to return to the Bulgarian league. Baldovaliev, 32, has played for numerous clubs throughout his career, including a brief stint with Lokomotiv Plovdiv back in 2007. This decision to once again sign there marks a comeback for the 32-year-old. Zoran moves to Lokomotiv Plovdiv as a free agent after he spent the past couple of months with second division side Olympiacos Volos in Greece. Baldovaliev signed a 1 year deal with Lokomotiv Plovdiv.