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Udinese will send Dimitrievski on loan to Granada

Stole Dimitrievski; photo: rabotnicki.comOnce goalkeeper Stole Dimitrievski arrives in Udinese in January, he will then be sent on loan to Spanish top division side Granada.

Both Udinese and Granada have the same owner in Giampaolo Pozzo.  However, Udinese is top priority for Pozzo as Granada is considered the second team of the Italian businessman.  As a matter of fact, Udinese currently has five players on loan at Granada and Dimitrievski will add to that list once he moves to the Spanish club during the winter transfer window.

As a reminder, Stole Dimitrievski signed with Udinese in late August after impressing during the Europa League qualifications with Rabotnicki.  However, since Dimitrievski was only 17 at that time, he could not make the move to Italy until he officially turned 18 years old.  Stole will fulfill that criteria on 25 December when he finally turns 18 and then will move to Udinese during the January transfer window.  But, according to Italian newspaper SkySport, his stay with Udinese will be short as he will be sent on loan to Spanish top division side Granada.

During the first half of the season in the Macedonian top division, Dimitrievski made 16 appearances for Rabotnicki from the maximum 18 league games.  He also featured for both the Macedonian U21 and U19 national teams while also being called up once by manager John Toshack for the senior national team during the EURO 2012 qualifier against Slovakia.  However, Stole did not make the final 18 for that game and watched the match from the stands.  

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