Aberdeen braced for Bojan Miovski transfer battle as Dutch giants 'join race' for star

Bojan Miovski
Bojan Miovski -Credit:SNS Group

Aberdeen's Bojan Miovski is reportedly on the radar of Dutch heavyweights Feyenoord as they gear up for a potential transfer tussle in the upcoming summer window.

The Macedonian forward has been a shining light in what has been a challenging season for the Dons, impressively surpassing his previous season's tally with 24 goals to date. His standout performances have not gone unnoticed, with clubs from England, Italy, Spain, and Germany showing interest.

It's understood that English Championship team Southampton had bids rejected in the past two transfer windows.

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Celtic are also said to be keen on the prolific striker, but now it seems Feyenoord have entered the fray, according to sources close to Miovski. With Arne Slot's team poised to enter the Champions League group stages next term, they are on the hunt to strengthen their squad, especially as their leading striker Santiago Martinez is linked with a move away.

Gol has reported that Miovski is among the candidates being eyed by the reigning Dutch champions, with numerous clubs "in the race" to secure the forward's services when the summer window opens. Record Sport has been informed that Aberdeen would demand a fee in excess of £7million for their coveted star, reports the Daily Record.

Miovski's current contract with Aberdeen runs until summer 2026. However, the Dons have acknowledged that the forward could potentially depart Pittodrie before then.

Speaking last month, Miovski stated: "I signed for four years and have two left. The future can bring everything, but you never know. For now I am an Aberdeen player."