Predrag Rangjelovikj has sealed his deal with Belarusian team Minsk after arriving there several days ago.
As we initially reported, Predran Rangjelovikj was on trial with FC Minsk from Belarus late last week. However, he did not need much time to secure a deal as he has signed a year-and-a-half contract with Minsk.
Right after the transfer was made public on the club’s official website, there was a short interview with Rangjelovikj who stated the following: ‘I did not think for a long time when my agent told me that my services were requested in Belarus. I wanted to test myself in a new environment. I am still a young player and want to progress” before further adding “I can play in every position in midfield, but I will leave the coach to decide where I can fit in best’.
Rangjelovikj (23) won the Macedonian league title twice with Vardar. He was born in Serbia but has Macedonian origin and chose to represent Macedonia internationally. Before playing for Vardar, he was a member of Teleoptik as a loaned player from Partizan. This past summer, he left Vardar and returned to Serbian football with Jagodina. However, he was let go during the winter transfer period and now finds himself in Belarus, with Minsk. The new season in Belarus starts in March of 2014.