Adelaide United has announced that Socceroos forward Tomi Juric has joined the club for the upcoming 2020/21 campaign.
The 29-year-old has spent the last five years abroad and practiced his trade in the Netherlands, Switzerland and most recently in Bulgaria at CSKA Sofia.
Juric has collected 41 international caps for the Socceroos, scored eight goals and has represented Australia in three major tournaments since its debut in 2013. One of his most notable moments in green and gold was the support of Reds teammate James Troisi, who won the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final against the Republic of Korea.
Juric also played in all three group stage matches, both at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, where he scored against reigning world champions Germany, and at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
After starting his professional career in Croatia, Juric first played for the Reds in the second half of the 2012/13 season, scoring two goals in seven games. He later enjoyed two years at Western Sydney Wanderers, scoring 17 goals in 51 games, including beating Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia 1-0 to win the 2014 AFC Champions League.
Juric was with the Dutch Eredivisie Roda JC for the 2015/16 season before moving to the Swiss Super League club FC Luzern. In three seasons in Switzerland, the Talisman played 74 games, scored 21 goals and 12 assists.
Commenting on his decision to sign with Adelaide, Juric said: “I am very excited to come home and join Adelaide United for the upcoming A-League season. ”
« Adelaide United has a good project, I am delighted to be a part of it and I will help ensure that the club and team have a successful 2020/21 season. « .
« I’m looking forward to meeting my new teammates and working with Carl (Veart) and Ross (Aloisi), playing week after week and contributing as much as possible to the team and scoring goals again. « . ”
Bruce Djite, Adelaide United Football Director, said: “We are very excited to bring Tomi to Australia and back to Adelaide United.
“Tomi has a wealth of experience and attacking strength and has played for the Socceroos on some of the biggest stages in world football.
« The quality he will bring to our squad will be invaluable and I am sure he will be a fantastic mentor to our younger strikers as well. « . ”
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