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Boskovic Could Depart Chonburi After League-Wide Pay Cut

Chonburi’s Montenegrin striker Dragan Boskovic is reportedly unhappy with the league-wide 50% pay cut due to COVID-19 and could depart from the club during the extended break.

According to this report by SiamSport, Boskovic is yet to sign a contract extension with the club and it is unlikely that he will do so. As such, the board has reportedly advised coach Sasom Pobprasert to begin looking for a replacement to fill their foreign quota ahead of the September restart.


Boskovic arrived at Chonburi from Port FC before the start of the current campaign, having been sidelined during the second half of 2019 in a foreign quota reshuffle at his former club.

The 34-year-old striker remains one of the most renowned players in the league and was a formidable attacker at his peak. He is currently the league’s fourth-highest all-time top scorer and holds the record for most goals scored in a single season when he netted 38 times from 33 appearances for Bangkok United in 2017.