Footballer of the Azerbaijani national team and Polish “Legia” Mahir Emreli can continue his career in Croatia.
Dinamo Zagreb want to add the 25-year-old striker to their squad, the report quoted Sportske as saying.
The capital club is interested in the transfer of Emreli for two reasons. The first of them aims to strengthen the offensive line. Another point is that the Warsaw representative owes Dinamo 1.2 million euros. The Poles have so far paid only € 200,000 to Albanian forward Lirim Kastratia, whom they bought from Zagreb for € 1.4 million at the start of the season.
Taking this into account, the Croatian club intends to transfer Emreli for 2 million euros. If the parties agree, Dinamo will pay Legia only 800,000 euros for the transfer.
It should be noted that Mahir Emreli, who wanted to leave Legia, did not join the team’s training camp. The striker, who found a lawyer in the United States, asked for help in terminating the contract by mutual consent. He blamed Legia for taking such a step. The forward said that he had suffered a psychological blow as a result of a known attack by fans, and considered it impossible for him to continue playing for the Warsaw team after the bus incident.