attaking midfielder Mirko Ivanić completed his move to FC BATE on 2nd
February 2016 for an undisclosed fee and joined the team at their first Turkish
training camp of 2016.
raised in the club academy of FK Vojvodina from Novi Sad. In 2012/13 season he
moved to division 2 side Proleter Novi Sad on loan. In summer 2013 he came back
to Vojvodina to play in UEFA Europa League fixture against Hungarian Honved
before getting back to Proleter. However, the player progressed rapidly and was
brought back to Vojvodina next season to become one of the key figures in the
side that won 2013/14 Serbian Cup.
moment of transfer to BATE the player scored 23 goals in 73 games for the
red-whites as well as U-21 Serbian team experience. He appeared in an away win
against Italy on 30th March 2015.
"I am really happy to join BATE. It did not
take me to think long after I knew the Borisovites are interested in me. I
wanted to try my luck abroad, and I think this is a fantastic step to move
forward. This is my first experience abroad, but I am really motivated to win
all the domestic competitions we participate in as well as get good results in
UEFA Champions League", Ivanić said immediately after signing.