Giovanni Costantino managed Miovski at MTK Budapest and revealed the Hungarian membership rejected a suggestion of €1.2 million (£1.03m) from Speedy Vienna for the striker final summer season.
It’s understood Czech Republic membership Slavia Prague have been eager on signing Miovski in January, however have been quoted a worth of between €1.5m to €2m (£1.28m to £1.71m).
New Aberdeen striker Bojan Miovski is a cut price signing at £535,000 who can internet 20 objectives in his debut season, insists his former supervisor.
North Macedonian worldwide Miovski is Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin’s costliest signing of an intensive summer season rebuild which has thus far value nearly £1m in switch charges.
Former boss Costantino insists the 23-year-old can be value each penny – and extra.
Costantino is assured Miovski can progress to play within the English prime flight, and bag Aberdeen a considerable revenue after hitting the objective path in Scotland.
He insists Miovski, who signed a four-year take care of the Dons, is a ‘full striker’ who has an eye fixed for objective, nice technical ability and can also be bodily highly effective.
Costantino additionally managed Aberdeen signing Ylber Ramadani at MTK Budapest.
He says defensive midfielder Ramadani, 26, is a frontrunner with ‘Scottish-style’ combating spirit, who can be embraced by Aberdeen supporters.
Costantino mentioned: “Bojan is a good discover for Aberdeen they usually can promote him for extra sooner or later.
“For Aberdeen to get him for €625,000 (£535,000) is a really, superb purchase.
“MTK rejected a suggestion of €1.2 million previously for him from Speedy Vienna.
“There was additionally a suggestion in January however they rejected it as a result of they needed to avoid wasting the membership from being relegated.
“Bojan is a participant who can go to the Premier League or Championship in England
“He simply must get the arrogance of the individuals round him.