Koper will play with a Croatian touch in the spring: Karlo Bručić is returning to Bonifika, and Deni Jurić will once again compete in the Slovenian PrvaLiga
Karlo Bručić is returning to Koper. Photo: Grega Valančič / Sportida
Koper has brought in three Croatian footballers (Petar Petriško, Fran Tomek, Tino Blaž Lauš) to Bonifika in the winter transfer window, and soon the Primorci from the south will also bring in two more players. As reported by Sportklub, Karlo Bručić, who has previously worn the Koper jersey, and Deni Jurić, a former member of Triglav in Kranj, will continue their careers in the coastal town.
At 31 years old, Karlo Bručić last played for Varaždin, previously for CFR Cluj, and also showcased his skills in Greece, Lithuania, Belarus, Israel, and even in Japan. He wore the Koper jersey in the 2021/22 season, playing 35 matches in the league and cup.
26-year-old Deni Jurić, born in Australia, made only seven appearances in the Prva Liga Telemach in the 2018/19 season as a member of the Gorenjska club, without scoring. Later, he played for Solin, Rudeš, and Šibenik, and in 2021, he transferred to Dinamo for half a million euros. Zagreb’s team loaned him to Šibenik, HNK Gorica, and Rijeka, and now, as Sportklub writes, he will play for Koper.
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