His capture becomes boss Jim Goodwin‘s fourth signing of an already busy summer in which Ramadani, Anthony Stewart, Jayden Richardson and Liam Scales have all arrived at the club. The Dons boss revealed the club trumped “stiff competition” to bring in the 22-year-old.
Goodwin told the Aberdeen website: “We’ve been keeping a close eye on Bojan for several months now and have fought off some stiff competition to secure the player. He’s a striker with all the key attributes needed to be a success in the Scottish Premiership. He’s got pace, power and fantastic movement which enables him to get numerous goalscoring opportunities on a consistent basis. He fits the profile of striker I asked Darren Mowbray and his scouting team to find when we discussed our recruitment back in February and he is another good example of how we are implementing our overall recruitment strategy at the club.
“He’ll be 23 tomorrow but is already highly regarded within the national set up of North Macedonia who themselves were very unfortunate not to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar this year. We’re delighted to welcome Bojan to Pittodrie and look forward to working with him over the next four years.”
It’s believed Goodwin is still chasing another striker and Odds’ Tobias Lauritsen remains in his sights. However, Sparta Rotterdam are also pursuing him and Norwegian media have stated the club has accepted a bid of around £300,000 from the Dutch side.