Josef Dufek, the president of Mladá Boleslav, told Czech newspapers that domestic and foreign clubs have shown interest in defender Vladimir Dimitrovski.
Vladimir Dimitrovski took part in training for Mladá Boleslav this week but he might shortly leave the club, according to the club president. Dimitrovski spent most of the games during the first half of the season as an unused substitute so Mladá Boleslav would be open to selling Dimitrovski since he is not considered a vital player by the manager. Vladimir stayed in shape by playing regularly for the Mladá Boleslav B team.
However, today, the Mladá Boleslav club president Josef Dufek told Czech newspapers that domestic and foreign clubs are showing interest in Dimitrovski, Kerem Bulut, and striker Jakub Řezníček. Dimitrovski played regularly for Mladá Boleslav last season but the club then changed managers and Vladimir has not seen much action for the first team under Miroslav Koubek.
The 23-year-old Dimitrovski has received a couple of call ups by manager John Toshack to the senior national team of Macedonia. Vladimir even started the last friendly against Albania in mid November when Dimitrovski was preferred over Aleksandar Lazevski as the starting LB with Goran Popov nursing an injury. Dimitrovski was usually deployed at CB for Mladá Boleslav so he has shown the versatility to play both CB and LB. Vladimir used to be the captain of the Macedonian U21 national team and originally joined Mladá Boleslav in the summer of 2010 from Macedonian side Metalurg.