Daniel Mojsov put an end to transfer speculations by extending his contract with Vojvodina until the end of 2012.
Although he was linked with several clubs, including Crvena Zvezda and a couple of Russian sides, Daniel Mojsov put an end to transfer speculations and decided to extend his contract with Vojvodina. Daniel signed an extension with Vojvodina until the end of 2012 as his contract was set to expire in the summer. The contract extension will allow Vojvodina to receive a transfer fee for Mojsov if they sell him in the summer as opposed to losing him for free.
The Vojvodina sports director told Serbian media that Mojsov could have been sold during this winter transfer period, but only offers from foreign clubs were taken in consideration.
Vojvodina is currently on the third position of the Serbian Super Liga, two points behind second placed Crvena Zvezda and twelve behind the leaders Partizan. The club, however, has a good chance in the Serbian Cup as they have reached the semi-final where Vojvodina will meet Stefan Spirovski’s Borac Čačak with the other match-up being the big Serbian derby between Crvena Zvezda and Partizan.