Rangjelovic waits for decision from Vålerenga

Predrag Rangjelovic, capped three times by Macedonia’s national team, spent the past three days on trial at Vålerenga.

Vålerenga is a top division club from Norway. Over the past three days, they tested several players, including Predrag Rangjelovic.

Rangjelovic is a Serbian-born player who represents Macedonia at an international level. He formerly played for Vardar and based on his performances there, he was given a Macedonian passport so he can play for the national team. Predrag has been capped by both the U21 and senior squad.

Predrag during his trial; photo: sotahjornet.no

His last appearance for Macedonia came late in 2013. However, Predrag’s club career has suffered over the past year. He spent the 2014 season in Belarus with FC Minsk, while he joined Dalkurd, a club in the Swedish third division, prior to the 2015 campaign. Dalkurd is currently in first place, looking to win promotion, but the team gave Rangjelovic permission to attend the 3-day trial with Vålerenga.

On his twitter profile, Rangjelovic wrote the following:

Based on this message, we asked Predrag whether he signed with Vålerenga. This was his response:

So, he’s still a Dalkurd player for now, but that response keeps open the possibility that Vålerenga may sign him. We will keep track of his twitter profile for updates and to see whether he will move to Vålerenga, or another club, this summer.

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