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altalt Pacovski, Nuredinoski, Grncarov, Naumov, A. Mitreski, Gj. Mojsov, Markovski... are the Macedonian internationals who will play for new clubs in the next season and the list will be longer as many European clubs are interested for some Macedonian players.

Several Macedonian players have already found new clubs in Europe, but there will be a lot more transfers as many foreign clubs have shown interest for Macedonian players. One of these players who is most likely to become a new Macedonian international is Besart Ibraimi who impressed with his performances and two goals scored for Renova in the UEFA Europa League matches against Dinamo Minsk. Few scouts and managers traveled to Macedonia to watch him play and it is a matter of time when he will be transfered to some foreign club. According to Lajm, German club FC Kaiserslautern are very close to sign the 22-years-old player. The saga over Goran Pandev continues and very soon he is expected to move to another club, same as Ilco Naumoski whose contract with Austrian club Mattersburg ended this summer.

So far this summer transfer period, the goalkeeper Tome Pacovski moved from Vardar to Germinal Beerschot. Former FK Milano goalkeeper Edin Nuredinoski signed for Cypriot club Ethnikos Achnas. On Cyprus, he was joined by the defender Bojan Markovski who signed for Enosis Neon Paralimni where he will be coached by Cede Janevski. The Macedonian colony on Cyprus got even stronger with the transfer of the Macedonian national team defender Boban Grncarov, who moved from Israeli side Maccabi Petah Tikva to APOEL. Former Macedonian national team member Aleksandar Mitreski left FC Nürmberg and went back to Switzerland where in the next season he will play for FC Sion. The striker Riste Naumov moved from Viktoria Žižkov to Czech champions Slavia Prague, while the latest Macedonian who became an international player is the midfielder Gjorgji Mojsov who was transfered from Rabotnicki to Romanian club Oţelul Galaţi.

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