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Dinamo break club record

Published: Monday 25 February 2002, 12.06CET
Dinamo Moscow have signed Yugoslavian international Ognjen Koroman for a club record fee.

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Published: Monday 25 February 2002, 12.06CET

Dinamo break club record

Dinamo Moscow have signed Yugoslavian international Ognjen Koroman for a club record fee.

Dinamo Moscow have announced the signing of Yugoslavian international Ognjen Koroman for a club record fee of €3m.

Four-year deal
The 24-year-old OFK Beograd midfield player, who made his debut for Yugoslavia in a friendly against Mexico on 14 February, has signed a four-year contract with the Russian Premier-Liga side. He is intended as a replacement for Russian international midfield player Rolan Gusev, who recently signed for CSKA Moscow.

'The right move'
"This was the right move for my career. Russia is an attractive country. I am young and I hope I will find my way to a western European club through Dinamo," Koroman said.

Subotica to OFK
Koroman played for FK Spartak Subotica in the 1st Liga before moving to OFK in June 2000.

 

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