Less than two weeks ago, Croatian Olympian Lovre Milos (27) said that he had decided to retire. “I am taking a break from water polo for an unspecified period. “, he said.
But, Milos, who has played for Mladost Zagreb for most of his career, changed his mind. He will continue playing this season. Milos left Mladost, and he will likely move to Serbia. It’s almost certain that he will play for the most successful Serbian club.
Milos is expected to sign a contract with Partizan Belgrade in the next few days. Sources close to Partizan say that the club and the player reached an agreement. Confirmation and signing should come next week.
Milos said something similar.
“It’s true. I’m going to Belgrade on Monday. I agreed with Partizan. However, I have not signed the contract yet. That’s why I would like to wait until Monday (for confirmation of the transfer – Ed) – Milos told Croatian daily “Sportske Novosti” and added: “It is an offer (Partizan’s offer) that can’t be declined.
Milos debuted for Croatia in 2018 when Croatia finished 3rd at the European Championships. In 2019, he won bronze at the 2019 World Championships, and silver medals in the World League and in the Europa Cup.
Besides Milos, two foreign players will play for Partizan – American Olympians Alex Bowen and Marko Vavic joined the seven-time European champion. Several excellent Serbian players – Milan Aleksic, Dimitrije Risticevic, Filip Radojevic,Petar Velkic…-returned to Partizan this summer.
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