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Breaking: Dejan Damjanović Signs for Daegu FC

Legendary striker Dejan Damjanović has signed for Daegu FC on a one-year deal. The former Incheon United, FC Seoul, and Suwon Samsung Bluewings striker was available on a free transfer after departing the Bluewings but Sky Blues gaffer Andre Gaspar moved to secure the services of one of the K League’s finest foreign imports.
(image via Daegu FC)

Despite missing out on AFC Champions League for 2020, Daegu FC have added one of the competitions most potent goalscorers to their ranks with the signing of Dejan Damjanović on a free transfer.

The former Montenegro international has put pen to paper on a one-year deal after departing Suwon Bluewings at the end of last season. 

Speaking via Daegu FC's official media channels, Dejan said: “Daegu FC are growing into one of the best teams in K League and with great fans. I will do my best to be able to repay the faith Daegu FC have placed in me and to have the best possible season in 2020."

Dejan will undergo a medical on Thursday 2nd January 2020 before officially becoming a Daegu FC player.

The 38 year-old began his K League career with Incheon United in 2007 then, after a successful first season, during which he scored 14 goals in 26 appearances, earned a move to FC Seoul.

Whilst with the capital club, Dejan scored over 150 goals in a trophy-laded eight-year spell before departing for the Chinese Super League with Jiangsu Sainty in 2014, and Beijing Guoan in 2015.

In 2016, current FC Seoul manager Choi Yongsoo brought Dejan back to K League where he went on to win a third K League crown.

In the winter of 2018, Dejan signed for Suwon Samsung Bluewings and his first season, bagged 27 goals in all competitions as Suwon made it to the semi-finals of the FA Cup and AFC Champions League.

Joining up with the likes of Edgar Bruno, Cesinha, and Kim Daewon, Dejan will add further options to Daegu's already potent attack.

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