The 26-year-old defensive midfielder lastly made his long-awaited Dons debut within the 2-0 Premier Sports activities Cup defeat of Dumbarton.
Ramadani was secured from Hungarian membership MTK Budapest in a £100,000 deal on June 8.
Albanian worldwide Ylber Ramadani was properly definitely worth the wait as he shone on his debut 5 weeks after signing for Aberdeen.
Nevertheless, the Pink Military needed to wait till now to see the 15-times-capped midfielder in motion.
That was because of Brexit pink tape after the Visa software course of delayed his arrival within the Granite Metropolis till Sunday night.
It’s problematic totally assessing a Premiership participant’s potential impression on the crew when making a debut towards League 2 part-timers.
Nevertheless, what is evident is Ramadani will likely be a frontrunner on the pitch for Aberdeen.
Taking part in alongside Ross McCrorie in a midfield two, he was robust and composed in possession.
He dictated the tempo, created and moved into pockets of area and was correct with fast, incisive passing.
Ramadani additionally posed a potent risk going ahead and has a knack for opening up area for a shot when pushing ahead in possession from deep.
Count on some long-range screamers from the midfielder this season.
The summer time signing pitched in with an help on his debut when taking part in in Matty Kennedy for Aberdeen’s second purpose.
He additionally got here near netting inside 10 minutes of his debut when bursting into the field, just for his shot to be saved.
In one in every of Dumbarton’s uncommon forays ahead in assault, Ramadani raced greater than 40 yards at full pelt to slip in and block a shot within the Dons’ field.
While he waited on his Visa to be processed, Ramadani was given a coaching programme by the Dons to work on in his house in Kosovo. It clearly labored as he regarded sharp, match and able to make a direct impression.