Sevilla Strikes Transfer Free: Goalkeeping La Liga Goalscorers United

Seville closed a remarkable transfer on Sunday. Marko Dmitrovic continues his career at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán: the 29-year-old Serbian goalkeeper has signed for four years in Andalusia.
Dmitrovic is the first newcomer of this transfer period for Luuk de Jong and Oussama Idrissi club. Serbias eighteen-time international has been in front of Eibar for the past four seasons, but relegated from the Primera Division with the Basques in May. This allowed him to be picked up by Sevilla freely.
It means that the number four of the previous La Liga season has the only two goalkeepers who managed to score a goal at the highest Spanish level last season. Dmitrovic did so on January 21, when he took advantage of a penalty against the later champion Atlético Madrid. Only Yassine
Bono Bounou, the first choice at Sevilla last season, did that: on March 20, he saved a point against Real Valladolid for Seville. The Czech EC-goer Tomás Vaclík was also under contract with Seville, but his contract ended on July 1.

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