Preston North End striker Milutin Osmajic has arrived at Euxton having finally received his visa to play in England.
PNE were busy on deadline day, securing two new attacking signings for Ryan Lowe’s side.
Canadian international Liam Millar arrived on loan from Basel and has been training with North End during the international break.
North End also snapped up Milutin Osmajic from Cadiz, securing what appears to be a club-record deal for the Montenegrin striker.
Radio Cadiz reporter Ignacio de la Varga suggested that the deal was worth around £2.15million with PNE going big for Osmajic’s signature.
Millar has been in Preston for a while now but Osmajic has only just touched down in England in the last 24 hours.
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Milutin Osmajic arrives for PNE training
PNE posted a photo of Osmajic at an airport on Wednesday, confirming that his visa application had been granted.
Peter Ridsdale admitted on the From the Finney podcast last week that Osmajic was heading to Madrid to sort out his visa.
Ridsdale noted transport issues which delayed the situation, so Osmajic’s arrival into England was pushed back.
North End have now shown Osmajic arriving at Euxton this morning as he prepares to train for the first time.
Lowe takes on his former club Plymouth Argyle this weekend and will now weigh up whether or not to unleash the 24-year-old.
Will Keane’s injury on international duty with the Republic of Ireland means PNE may be struggling in attack this weekend.
Throwing Osmajic in to start would be bold given that he has only just arrived into England, but it’s great to see North End’s new striker finally arrive at Euxton to kickstart this PNE career.