Caltex Socceroo defender Milos Degenek has revealed on social media he is on his way out from TSV 1860 Munich to J-League club Yokohama Marinos.
The 22-year-old, who was capped by the Caltex Socceroos in 2016 after playing for Australia at youth level, told his followers on Instagram the move was an exciting one which he hoped would prove “the right decision”.
I flew yesterday to search for a better life more stories to tell more goals to fulfil more dreams to achieve and more success to have in football. It's a step I'm proud of and I can't wait to get started tomorrow and prove everyone it's the right decision and the best move possible!!! New home new rules same old game ⚽���� #MD #Yokohama #marinos #football #love #dream #job #passion #believe
A photo posted by Milos Degenek ⚽️ (@milos.d30) on Jan 29, 2017 at 5:39am PST
Degenek, who was born in Croatia, had been plying his trade in Germany since 2012 when he first signed with Vfb Stuttgaart.
The J1 club start their campaign on Feb 25 at home to Urawa Red Diamonds.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Caltex Socceroo keeper Maty Ryan could be on the move from Valencia in order to find more game time.
One European report claims the shot-stopper is attracting the attention of Racing Genk in Belgium.
Belgium's league is where Ryan made his name with Club Brugge with his success prompting his big move to the Mestalla in 2015
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