Gżira United have agreed terms with highly-rated forward Bahrudin Atajic.
The Bosnian forward had been training with the Maroons for the last few days and has left a positive impression on Gżira coach Darren Abdilla who has decided to offer him a contract.
The 27-year-old Atajic, who was born and raised in Sweden, has an eye-catching CV to his name.
In fact, his first major club was none other than Scottish giants Celtic with whom he spent the 2013-14 season before heading on loan to English side Shrewsbury.
Since then he moved to Finland with SJK before signing for Lithuanian side Zlagiris.
For the last two seasons Atajic was on the books of Mladost Doboj and has also three caps for the Bosnia Herzegovina national team.
At Gżira, Atajic is set to fill the void left by Amadou Samb who parted ways with the club earlier this week.
Atajic is the second attacking signing by the Maroons in the January transfer window after they also secured the services of Brazilian forward Maxuell Samurai, who started the season at Sirens.