Ludogorets finalized another player transfer during the winter season. After the Polish scorer Jakub Swierczok the champions managed to acquire the Bulgarian national football team player Tsvetomir Panov, who was part of Botev (Plovdiv). On Tuesday afternoon the two clubs finished the negotiation process. Panov will travel to Milan with the rest of the team on Wednesday, but will not play, because he is not registered as a player in the UEFA Europa League.
The 28-year old right-back began his career in Spartak (Plovdiv) and later he has been a part of Litex, Vidima-Rakovski, Lyubimetz, Slavia and Botev (Plovdiv). He managed to score a few goals. His strong performance as a player for Botev was the reason he was invited to join the Bulgarian national football team.
Panov is the sixth Botev (Plovdiv) player to join Ludogorets in the last seven years after Yordan Minev, Abel Anicet, Younes Hamza, Tsvetelin Chuchunkov and Joao Paulo.
PFC Ludogorets will announce the date of the official introduction of Tsvetomir Panov later.