Slovenian international Dalibor Stevanovic has received an offer from Slask Wroclaw and is in the process of concluding a two and a half year contract to June 2014.
Slask Wroclaw leads the Ekstraklasa league table at the halfway point of the season. They are four points ahead of second-placed Legia Warsaw and looking to win the Polish League title for the first time since 1977 and a place in the lucrative UEFA Champions League.
Slask recently moved into the brand new state of the art Wroclaw Stadium with a capacity for over 42,000 spectators. The venue will host games from Group A of the UEFA EURO 2012 involving Russia, the Czech Republic, Greece and co-hosts, Poland.
27-year-old Stevanovic started his career with Olimpia and later moved to Domzale with whom he finished second in the Slovenian Premier League twice. His impressive performances in the UEFA Cup in 2005-2006 attracted interest from the big leagues in Europe and he was transferred in a record deal for Domzale to Real Sociedad in La Liga.
Later he moved to Alaves and after a short spell in Israel moved to the Netherlands where he spent two and a half seasons with Vitesse scoring 8 goals in 55 games. He spent the first half of the 2011-2012 season with Ukrainian Premier League club Volyn on a short-term deal.
Dalibor Stevanovic has been a member of the Slovenia National Team since 2006 including the World Cup in South Africa in 2010.