Our reliable sources have confirmed that Sarawak is set to sign and unveil Milorad Janjuš, whom is a Serbian forward previously playing in Iran’s top league. It is said that Milorad is a top striker in the league.
Valued at £400,000, Milorad may just be Sarawak’s most expensive capture this season as it was reported that he attended a closed trial session today.
According to our brief research, Milorad has scored 14 recorded goals so far and is 31 years of age. He plays as a forward, but adapts well as an attacking midfielder.
Youtube videos of the striker also reveal that he is clinical in front of goal, and plays simple passing football most of the time. He is strong when challenging headers, and looks for space before releasing his passes.
Our source further confirms that the delay of announcing Sarawak’s import players today was due to the Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) management concluding transfer deals, which include this last ditch signing.
This means that Sarawak would most probably be singing four foreign players next season with Iranian striker Alireza Abbasfard, and Milorad Janjuš already training with the team this evening.
Former Portsmouth defender Gábor Gyepes didn’t train with Sarawak, but he is also expected to be signed to beef up Sarawak’s defenses.
FAS is expected to unveil all three new foreign players at a press conference at Stadium Negeri tomorrow, at 5 PM.