Beşiktaş sign Alexander Milošević to 3,5+2-year deal.

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Updated: January 7, 2015

Beşiktaş JK have officially announced the signing of AIK Stockholm and Sweden central defender Alexander Milošević to the stock exchange (KAP).

Alexander Milosevic’in şirketimiz profesyonel futbol takımına transferi ile ilgili olarak oyuncunun kulübü ve kendisi ile anlaşmaya varılmıştır. Buna göre;

AIK Futbol Kulübüne 1.000.000 Avro sözleşme fesih bedeli ödenecektir.

Oyuncu ile 3,5+2 yıllık olmak üzere aşağıdaki şartlarda anlaşmaya varılmıştır:

– 2014-2015 sezonu 2.yarısı; 425.000 Avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,
-2015-2016 sezonu; 500.000 Avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,
-2016-2017 sezonu; 500.000 avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,
-2017-2018 sezonu; 500.000 avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,
-2018-2019 sezonu; 600.000 avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,
-2019-2020 sezonu; 600.000 avro garanti ücreti ve 5.000 Avro maçbaşı ücreti,

The Black Eagles will pay a transfer fee of €1.000.000 for the 22-year old Swedish international to his club AIK Stockholm.

Alexander Milošević will receive a guaranteed wage of €425.000 + €5.000 per appearance for the second half of the 2014-2015 season.

The following three season (2015-2016, 2016-2017 and 2017-2018) he will receive a guaranteed wage of €500.000 + €5.000 per appearance.

There is also a two-year extention clause added to the player’s contract, if the extention is triggered the player will make €600.000 per season for two seasons + a €5.000 match appearance bonus.

Alexander Milošević will join the on the 13th of January for the first training sessions at the Nevzat Demir complex, on the 15th the team will travel to Antalya for a training camp in preperation for the second half of the season.

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