Another important member of the MŠK Žilina staff is leaving under Dubňa and is also heading for a new challenge to Poland, as until recently Armén Vahan Bičachčjan. The “yellow-green” team will continue in the spring without Enis Fazlagič.
A talented 21-year-old creative midfielder Enis Fazlagic after three and a half years spent in the service of a seven-time Slovak champion MŠK Žilina moves about 170 km north. The Polish club will become the new place of work of the North Macedonian midfielder Wisla Krakow, which is currently based in Turkey.
During Friday, the representative of Northern Macedonia under the age of 21 is to be officially introduced as a new reinforcement of Wisla, which has been led by the former helmsman of Žilina since the summer of 2021. Adrián Guľa.
Although he had according to the information ŠPORT.sk Another Polish club, Zaglebie Lubin, was also interested, while the Czech Sparta Prague and even the Turkish Galatasaray Istanbul were mentioned some time ago, so Wisla finally won the fight for Fazlagič.
The people of Žilina, who are currently concentrating in the United Arab Emirates and where they have traveled without Fazlagic, have to collect as their player an amount not exceeding EUR 500,000, but additional percentages should come from a possible future transfer.
The North Macedonian footballer came to Žilina in July 2018 from the club Škendija Tetovo, to which the people of Žilina paid 250,000 euros, according to available information. Fazlagic developed into an important part of the “shoshon” reserve, which also showed great quality in Žilina’s recent battles in the preliminary rounds of the European Conference League.
In the colors of MŠK, Enis Fazlagič played a total of 85 matches, in which he scored one goal and passed eight. He has to sign a contract with Wisla by 2025. For Žilina, this is his fifth departure in a short period of time. He just left the club recently Bičachčjan (Pogoń Szczecin), Branislav Sluka (hosting to MTK Budapest), Adam Goljan (AC Sparta Prague B) a Roland Gerebenits (Enosis Neon Paralimni).