Ivica Olić to Follow Davor Šuker and Join TSV 1860 Munich?

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New Hajduk management wanted to sign the Croatian veteran on a free transfer, but it seems he has promised to round up his career in yet another Bavarian club

As reported by Total Munich on July 18. 2016, fifteen years after the once legendary Croatian striker, and current President of the Croatian Football Federation, Davor Šuker joined the TSV 1860 Munich, it seems that another top striker from Croatia might join the cult club at the dusk of his. Ivica Olic is heavily rumoured to be joining the first club to bring a German Championship title to the Bavarian capital.

36-year-old Olić is currently unsigned and has played for Hamburg’s HSV in Bundesliga season 2015/16. If the rumour proves to be true, this would mean a return to the city where the stiker/winger celebrated some of his greatest successes as a player, as he played for the FC Bayern Munich between 2009 and 2012. Olić has been a crowd favourite in every club he played at and in the Croatian national team.

The difference to the Šuker transfer in 2001 would be that the Lions are currently playing in the second tier of German football, but Olić would play his home matches for the TSV 1860 at his former stamping ground, the Allianz Arena Stadium, which is shared by the both clubs.


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