According to a reliable source, Partizan is pressing hard to capture the signature of Macedonian defender Daniel Mojsov.
Partizan has high expectations this season with the goal of once again winning the Serbian title and reaching the group stages of the Champions League. Partizan recently sold CB Stefan Savić to Manchester City and they are targeting a quality central defender to replace him in the starting lineup. The Serbian club has identified Daniel Mojsov as a perfect replacement and want him to partner Ivan Ivanov in the centre of their defense. The sports director of Partizan, Mladen Krstajić, has been calling Mojsov’s agent Fali Ramadani all week to get his client Mojsov in a Partizan uniform. The problem remains the asking price and the fact that the Vojvodina president Ratko Butorović does not want to sell Mojsov to his two biggest rivals in Partizan and Crvena Zvezda.
From our reliable source, we can also confirm that Crvena Zvezda has entered the race for Mojsov a couple of days ago. There is nothing agreed upon at this moment but both clubs have been in contact with Mojsov’s agent Fali Ramadani as everything about the potential Mojsov transfer will go through Ramadani. Mojsov would prefer to continue his career in Western Europe as he would rather not stay in the Balkans but it seems the teams most interested in him are Partizan and Crvena Zvezda. When it comes to transfers, the Vojvodina president Ratko Butorović might not want to do business with Partizan and Crvena Zvezda but money talks and he is likely to accept any offer that is deemed satisfactory by Vojvodina.
Also, the alleged three million euro bid from Dynamo Moskva for Mojsov that started several weeks ago might have been a trick by Vojvodina to drive upwards the asking price for Mojsov. This rumor started in Serbian newspapers and we reported it with an article but nothing has happened up to this point. Vojvodina is known as a club that doesn’t hold back players and looks to cash in as soon as they receive an offer that matches the market value of the particular player. Mojsov is 23 years old and is one of the prized assets for Vojvodina who are set to make a huge profit once they sell Mojsov considering they didn’t pay much to acquire him from his previous club.