Daniel Mojsov, a free agent this summer, told a Belgian newspaper that he would like to remain in the top division of that country.
Central defender Daniel Mojsov moved to Belgium this past winter, signing a 6-month contract with Lierse until the end of the season. Mojsov quickly became captain of that club, but Lierse was unable to avoid relegation. With him being a free agent this summer, Belgian media contacted Daniel to get the latest on his future plans.
Mojsov, speaking to nieuwsblad.be, said, “I really enjoyed myself at Lierse. If we had avoided relegation, I would have happily stayed with the club. However, I also have to think about my place on the national team. Therefore, it is important to play at the highest level. I would like to continue playing in the Belgian top division.”
Later in the interview, Mojsov would add, “My wife Irena, who last week gave birth to a daughter, and I enjoy living in Belgium. The quality of life is good and the competition is also at a pretty high level. It’s better than Norway, for example, where I formerly played for Brann.”
From the 16 teams in the top division, one club to keep an eye on is Mouscron-Péruwelz. They recently appointed Chedomir Janevski as manager. Mouscron-Péruwelz has a small budget, so free agents will be attractive to them since they don’t require paying a transfer fee. It will come down to whether Janevski rates Mojsov, and also whether bigger name clubs in the league show interest in him.