Islanders wait on Partizan hit man
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Islanders have negotiated a é¼3.5 million fee for the 22-year-old hit-man, but still have to agree personal terms with the forward.
"I can confirm that we reached a deal with Mallorca," stated Partizan president Nenad Bjekovic.
"We are very satisfied by the financial stance of the offer and the transfer will go ahead as soon as the player's terms are agreed."
However, it seems that Delibasic is still in two minds over leaving Belgrade, despite being attracted by the prospect of playing in Spain.
"Of course my dream is to play in the best European leagues, but I am in a dilemma," he revealed.
"I am not sure this is the right time for me to go, maybe I should wait one more year to gain experience.
"Also, I am not sure that Mallorca is the right place to start my international career."
Mallorca were originally interested in Delibasic's Partizan strike partner Ivica Iliev, but after travelling to watch the player in action decided that Delibasic was a better prospect for the club.
The player is expected to give the Primera outfit a definitive answer over the transfer within the next 24 hours.