A trio of Slovenians at Panathinaikos will be joined by another player with experience from the Slovenian Prva liga: Nemanja Maksimović is coming to Athens
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Nemanja Maksimović, who wore the jersey of Domžale a decade ago and played 27 matches in the Prva Liga Telemach, is the next player with experience from Slovenian football to continue his career at Panathinaikos. There, he will join the currently injured Slovenian national team members Andraž Šporar, Adam Gnezda Čerin, and Benjamin Verbič in Athens. The 28-year-old player from Serbia will now add to the Slovenian contingent in Athens.
After parting ways with the yellow family, Nemanja Maksimović first signed with Astana and then moved to Spain, where he still plays. He was initially a member of Valencia and currently wears the jersey of Getafe, where he has been earning his living for the last six years.
The 48-time Serbian international will move to Greece in the summer when his contract with his current club expires. Nemanja Maksimović has agreed to a two-year deal with Panathinaikos.
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