Dynamo bought a new player and returned an old one on the last day of transfers

Maxim InshakovLife
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Dynamo completed the transfer of a pupil

On the last day of the transfer window, Dynamo Kyiv signed a contract with 19-year-old defensive midfielder Reshat Ramadani of North Macedonian side Shkendija. Reshat is a player of the North Macedonia U-21 national team and has experience of playing in the Conference League (he played three matches).

The talented midfielder made his debut for the first team of Shkendija last season (7 matches, 1 goal), and in the current 2022/23 season he became the main player of the team from Tetovo, for which he played 15 matches.


Dynamo presented the newcomer in a rather extraordinary way on their social media.

In addition, the capital's club has added Venezuelan striker Eric Ramirez, who returned from a loan spell with Slovan, for the second part of the season. The 24-year-old Venezuelan played 31 games in six months at the Slovak club, scoring 7 goals and 2 assists.


Ramirez joined Dynamo in July 2021. The Ukrainian team paid €1.75 million (UAH 55 million) for the Venezuelan, as well as 20% of the player's future resale fee.

Recall that Mircea Lucescu's team will start the second part of the Ukrainian Premier League football championship on March 4. "The White and Blues will play against Ingulets from Petrovo (Kirovohrad region) at their club stadium in the capital.

Before the resumption of the championship, Kyiv's team is third in the standings with 30 points, 5 points behind the leading Dnipro-1. Shakhtar Donetsk is second with 33 points.


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