Arsenal confirmed the departure of their goalkeeper Dejan Iliev on a long long term. Dejan joined Sfk Sered on loan from the Gunners. He has been serving Arsenal's academy since he arrival at Arsenal.
The 26-year old North Macedonia goalkeeper has been staying in the Gunners since Arsene Wenger's time. The goalkeeper represented Arsenal u-23 in various competitions. Despite his advanced age, Dejan has not made any appearance in the senior squad since he step in Arsenal.
With the kind of competition experienced in the Gunners, Dejan wouldn't have made it in the first squad. His decision to join Sfk Sered will serve him well. He will get an opportunity to explore his talent and perfect in his goalkeeping skills. At his new club, Dejan will find enough time to play as compared while he was at the Gunners.
Mikel Arteta's decision to allow exit of Dejan Iliev is aimed at getting enough fund to bring in new players. Arsenal are also aiming to sign new goalkeeper as the future of Bernard Leno at Emirate Stadium is still unclear. Among the goalkeeper being eyed by the Gunners are Andre Onana of Ajax and Aaron Ramsdale of Sheffield United.
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