Hoverla manager Vyacheslav Hrozny stated on Tuesday that Aleksandar Lazevski will be allowed to leave the team during the winter transfer window.
After Dushan Savikj, who is now on trial with Luch-Energuya, Aleksandar Lazevski has also been told by Hoverla to look for a new club during the winter transfer window. Unlike Savikj, whose deal was not renewed, Lazevski is still under contract but he is not happy with his lack of playing time. The Hoverla manager does not see Lazevski’s playing time improving any time soon, so he has been told that he can look for a new club.
This is what Hrozny said concerning Lazevski, “He always wants to be on the field, because at Partizan he was one of the leaders. But Partizan in Serbia is like Shakhtar Donetsk, Dynamo Kyiv, Metalist and Dnipro in Ukraine. They are used to always fighting for first place. And that allowed Lazevski to attack more, demonstrate his dribbling skills and be more assertive. However, Hoverla can’t play like those teams as the opponent often takes the initiative. Therefore, defenders should first think about their defensive responsibilities, not the attack. For those reasons, Lazevski would be of greater benefit to a team that always dictates terms against its opponents.”
It is unknown which country Lazevski will be targeting for his next career move. Aleksandar actually celebrated his 26th birthday on Tuesday. When something comes up, we will report it on the site.