Dusan Savić will continue his career in Braşov, Romania, after successfully proving himself in the training camp in Antalya his new club had.
Savić has signed six-months-long contract with an option to extend to three more years. Braşov’s executive director said that Savić is right the player they need in the attack to improve their scoring and was very pleased with Savić’s abilities, speaking to club’s official website.
Braşov are currently 7th on the table with 27 points after 17 rounds, 7 less then first placed CFR Cluj. Team’s manager is famous Viorel Moldovan, retired Romanian striker, part of Romania’s national team in the 90s. Braşov are also qualified for the national cup’s semi-final where they will meet Vaslui.
Savić has 4 caps for the Macedonian national team, although he is born in Serbia. Before he left Macedonia, he has played for Belasica, Pobeda, Vardar and latest Rabotnicki. He left Rabotnicki as club’s top goalscorer in the first half-season scoring 12 goals in 17 matches.