Yani Urdinov strengthens Shkendija


Urdinov at the presentation; photo: kfshkendija.comUrdinov at the presentation; photo: kfshkendija.comYani Urdinov is the newest name in Shkendija's squad after signing a contract earlier today.

The 23-year old left back was in talks with Bulgarian giant Levski but on the end he ended in the Tetovo based club, Shkendija. He even passed the medical test with Levski, but the deal wasn't signed as the transfer fell through in the last moment due to issues regarding the contract. Meanwhile, Shkendija expressed its willingness to sign the talented international and reacted quickly.

Urdinov will cover the left back position as Shkendija didn't extend Ardian Cuculi's contract. The last half-season he played for Polish side Widzew Łódź but recorded only 5 appearances. Previously he was also part of Željezničar, AEK Larnakas, Ekranas, Rabotnichki, Roda, PSV and Belgian side Mechelen where he started his career. Born in Belgium, he decided to represent Macedonian internationaly and so far made 3 appearances.

Shkendija so far also brought Sedat Berisha from Metalurg, Bulgarian Martin Kavdanski as a free agent, Ivan Mitrov from Bregalnica and Mevljan Murati from Albanian side Partizani.


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