Marko Dmitrovic was officially presented as a Sevilla footballer at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, where he was accompanied by President Castro and Monchi, as well as by a broad representation of the Council and the Sports Directorate. The former Eibar comes free, signs for four seasons and showed his satisfaction for what he considers a leap in his career.
“It is the perfect step. It is what I wanted and I felt prepared to reach a club that fights for titles. I am very happy and very excited”, were Dmitrovic’s first statements. “I am ambitious. Throughout my career I have been taking small but good steps. I arrived at Alcorcón in Second, then I went to First with Eibar and after four years I saw myself prepared for this jump,” he added.
In referring to the offers he received, Dmitrovic was blunt: “I had no doubts. It was very fast and very easy to reach an agreement because Sevilla has everything I am looking for. It is the perfect club for me. I wanted to continue in Spain and I could not choose a better site. “
“Competing with Bono is a beautiful challenge. A club like Sevilla needs players who can compete for each position. I think this can only generate beautiful and positive doubts for the coach. We are all going to give our best, also the youth of the reserve team like Alfonso or Javi, to help the team, which is what we are here for, “was his response to the question of competition with Bono for ownership.
To finish, Dmitrovic was convinced that Sevilla will be able to compete again for the league title until the last days like last season. And thus concluded a presentation in which, contrary to what had been customary on previous occasions, neither President Castro nor Monchi submitted to questions from the press.