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"Udinese Calcio announces that it has sold a temporary basis (until June 30, 2011) sports rights defender Nikola Vujadinovic dell'Aberdeen the Scottish Football Club"

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Aberdeen chase Udinese defender Nikola Vujadinovic

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Aberdeen hope to sign defender Nikola Vujadinovic on loan from Udinese.

 

But the 24-year-old Serbia-born Montenegrin's switch from Serie A to the Scottish Premier League depends on him receiving a work permit.

 

The left-back, who can also play in defence, impressed while on trial at Pittodrie last week.

 

Vujadinovic, a former Montenegro Under-21 international, joined Udinese in 2008 but was on loan to Romanians Unirea Alba Iulia last season.

 

Despite his presence in their defence, Unirea were relegated after their first season back in the Romanian top flight.

 

Vujadinovic was a trainee with Red Star Belgrade before moving to Rad Beograd, Zeta then CSKA Sofia.

 

After a season with the Bulgarian Premier League club, he won a one million euro transfer to Udinese, signing a five-year contract with the Italians.

 

Aberdeen concluded the paperwork for the move before Tuesday's closure of the transfer window.

 

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At least this would leave us with one full-back in the squad. Would have preferred another though.

 

Edit: Just read this on the Guardian website

Ivelin Popov's £2.7m move to Blackburn from the Bulgarian female sanitary product Litex Lovech has fallen through after he was denied a work permit. Popov has apparently not played enough internationals. However, he will start for Bulgaria against England on Friday, fired with crushed ambition. Good work, Home Office.

 

Although I imagine every case is different, it doesn't set a promising precedent for us to sign an uncapped Montenegrin chap on loan. Or is there other criteria for obtaining a work permit?

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At least this would leave us with one full-back in the squad. Would have preferred another though.

 

Edit: Just read this on the Guardian website

 

Ivelin Popov's £2.7m move to Blackburn from the Bulgarian female sanitary product Litex Lovech has fallen through after he was denied a work permit. Popov has apparently not played enough internationals. However, he will start for Bulgaria against England on Friday, fired with crushed ambition. Good work, Home Office. 

 

Although I imagine every case is different, it doesn't set a promising precedent for us to sign an uncapped Montenegrin chap on loan. Or is there other criteria for obtaining a work permit?

 

I presume they want him to plug a gap in the middle?

 

Surely theres a difference between giving a 10month work permit and a 2-3 year one?

Give him a working holiday visa

 

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