Last week, we published that the Arbitration Commission of the Olympic Committee of Serbia decided that Nikola Kojic couldn’t move from Partizan to Radnicki because his contract with the Belgrade-based club was valid.
But, according to the latest information, the talented 18-year player will officially join the Kragujevac-based team soon.
Partizan and Radnicki are close to agreeing on the conditions under which Kojic could change the club. Partizan will probably let Kojic join Radnicki (he has trained with the Kragujevac-based club since the start of the season). Kojic, the MVP of the World U18 Championships, might play for Radnicki at the finish of the Regional League and the Serbian League. Everything will be official in the following days. So, the player who is the future of Serbian water polo maybe won’t lose the entire season.
At the same time, another piece of information regarding the transfer window in Serbia and Radnicki arrived. Goalkeeper Lazar Dobozanov, who played for Serbia at the World Championships and the European Championships last year, will leave Radnicki to join Novi Beograd after the end of the season.
So far, Dobozanov is the third player who will move from Radnicki to Novi Beograd in the next transfer window. Marko Radulovic has already joined Novi Beograd and trains with the new club. But he won’t get the right to play for Novi Beograd before the end of the season. Besides Dobozanov and Radulovic, Novi Beograd made an agreement with Nikola Lukic.
There may be more transfers in the same direction, but Radnicki is also preparing for the transfer window seriously.