Albanian worldwide midfielder Ramadani signed for the Dons on a 3 12 months deal from Hungarian membership MTK Budapest on June 8.
Nevertheless resulting from Brexit purple tape the £100,000 signing needed to wait greater than a month earlier than he might be part of the Dons squad.
Summer time signing Ylber Ramadani immediately lastly met up along with his new team-mates – greater than a month after signing for Aberdeen.
Aberdeen had hoped Ramadani would meet up with the Reds for the coaching camp in Spain which began on June 27 as his visa had been efficiently processed.
Nevertheless he was unable to hitch the Reds in Spain as there was an additional delay.
Ramadani then needed to look ahead to his passport to be returned from the Residence Workplace following the visa course of.
The midfielder lastly arrived in Aberdeen final evening and met his team-mates at Cormack Park this morning for a coaching session.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin is happy in regards to the impression Ramadani could make.
He mentioned: “Ylber is one we’re very enthusiastic about.
“He’s an Albanian worldwide and a fantastic age at 26.
“Ylber will carry that high quality and competitiveness we want for that exact space of the pitch.”
Boss Jim Goodwin says he signed Ramadani as a alternative for Lewis Ferguson.
Midfielder Ferguson is about to finish a £3 million switch to Italian Serie A membership Bologna.
In the meantime, Aberdeen’s wait to get North Macedonian worldwide striker Bojan Miovski to the Granite Metropolis will proceed into subsequent week.