Nike Magista Obra FG Black White Fluorescent Green appeared in a World Cup and made 28 international caps, will link up with the Sky Blues on a two-year deal,
Just weeks after losing midfielder Milos Dimitrijevic, the A-League club has found another Serbian star.
Ninkovic, who has Nike Magista Obra FG Black White Fluorescent Green appeared in a World Cup and made 28 international caps, will link up with the Sky Blues on a two-year deal, ending coach Graham Arnold’s search for a central midfielder with the flair and versatility to match that of the departed Dimitrijevic.
The 30-year-old Ninkovic brings considerable experience to Arnold’s overhauled and youthful side, having spent nearly a decade playing for Ukraine giant Dynamo Kyiv along with stints at top Serbian outfit Red Star Belgrade and French Ligue 1 club Evian.
He was also in the starting XI that lost 2-1 to Australia in the Nike Mercurial Superfly FG Lights Out All Black group stages of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Ninkovic, Nike Hypervenom II FG Wolf Grey Black Total Orange who has the ability to play in a variety of midfield and attacking positions, fills Sydney’s Nike Mercurial Superfly AG Bright Crimson Persian Violet Black third visa spot inside the salary cap.
“I’m so excited that Milos is coming to Sydney FC and to Nike Magista Obra FG Firm Ground Wolf Grey the A-League,” Arnold said.
“He’s got a wonderful pedigree, last year he played in the top league in France and the 2010 World Cup and he shows the type of quality we want at Sydney FC.”
Ninkovic will arrive in Sydney next month, when he’ll begin his bid to help the Sky Blues improve on last year’s grand final loss.
“I’m eager to represent the Sky Blues and show Australia what I can do,” Ninkovic said.
“I’m excited to be able to play in the Asian Champions League and I hope I can bring success to Sydney FC. I want to win silverware.”
Arnold will now focus on locking in more experience up front including replacements for Bernie Ibini and gun Austrian former marquee Marc Janko.