Monday, February 26, 2018

Canada keeper talks up Premiership move

Ludogorets Razgrad goalkeeper Milan Borjan has suggested that he is hoping to make a switch to English Premier League in the future.

The Serbian-born shot-stopper only joined the Bulgarian side few days ahead of the Champions League clash with Liverpool and he in turn started at Anfield.

Borjan was impressive throughout, keeping the Reds attackers at bay several times, but he was at fault for the late penalty that gave Steven Gerrard the opportunity to score the winning goal.

But, having only signed a short-term deal with Ludogorets until the end of the year, the 26-year-old could be moving clubs in the winter transfer window and he admits Premier League move would appeal to him.

“It has been a bit of whirlwind since joining Ludogorets and then making my debut against Liverpool in the Champions League,” Borjan told Sky Sports.

“I enjoyed the experience of playing against Liverpool at such an iconic venue like Anfield despite the result and it has whetted my appetite to play in England.

“It has been a dream of mine to play in England and if the right offer comes along it is something I would seriously consider.”

Milan Borjan, who has so far earned 19 Canada caps, began his career with Nacional Montevideo, and also played for River Plate, Quilmes, Rad Belgrade, Sivasspor and Vaslui before joining Ludogorets a week ago.


Nemanja Lazarevic

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