Two strikers and former members of the Macedonian national team have moved in new clubs. Gjorgi Hristov, the current leading striker of the Macedonian national team signed for the Dutch club Den Bosch and Aleksandar Bajevski signed for the Belgian KV Mechelen.
Georgi Hristov is one of the most experienced Macedonian strikers. In his reach career he played in many different clubs and also has 47 caps for the Macedonian national team and with 17 goals he is still the leading striker. In his reach career he played for Partizan Belgrade, Barnsley (during the Premiership campaign), NEC Nijmegen, Zwolle, Dumfermline, Debreceni, Hapoel Nazareth and Olympiacos from Nicosia. Now he is back in Holland and signed contract with Den Bosch and will be big reinforcement for the club with ambitions for quick return in the Dutch first league.
Another Macedonian striker and former member of the Macedonian national team also changed the club colors. Aleksandar Bajevski signed for the newly promoted and one of the clubs with biggest history in Belgium, KV Mechelen. The 27 years old striker started his career in Vardar and then moved to OFK Belgrade. He built his fame while playing in the Hungarian clubs Gyor, Balaton and Ferencvaros. Before joining KV Mechelen he spent short time in the Polish club Gornik Leczna and Al Ahli from Qatar.