Ajdin Mujagić

Ajdin Mujagić



Bosnia and Herzegovina-32

Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Date of birth: 03/01/1998 (18 years old)

Place of birth: Tesanj (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Height: 186cm

Youth career: Željezničar Sarajevo

Senior career: Željezničar Sarajevo

Squad number: 29

Current national team: Bosnia and Herzegovina U-19

Position: centre forward

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 200.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification elite round (3/0), UEFA Youth League 2015/2016 (2/1)

Contract until: 23.06.2017

Player’s agent: unknown

Similar type of player: Mario Mandžukić



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– acceleration


Style of play:

– number “9”/target man with an impressive height and physique

– one-on-one situation specialist

– likes to hold the ball up and link play

– likes to play with back to goal

– often uses his strength and aerial presence to bring teammates into play

– aerial threat in the opposition box

– indirect set-piece threat

– good decision maker in the final third

– does well in the pressing


He is best suited to playing as:

Centre forward in 4-2-3-1.







League summary:

Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015/2016 (ongoing): 5 matches/2 goals (Željezničar)



Ajdin Mujagić is a youth exponent from Željezničar Sarajevo. He made his professional debut for “Željo” on 25 October 2015 in a league fixture against Celik Zenica, in which he scored his first senior goal. He is one of the biggest talents of a very interesting generation of Bosnian players born in 1998 which includes, among others, Zinedin Mustedanagić, Ermedin Demirović, Alan Delić, Mirza Mustafić and Seid Behram. He has been capped at U16, U17, U18 and U19 level for Bosnia. Some of the fans view him as the future number “9” of the senior national team. However, he still has a lot of work to do to replace the likes of Edin Džeko and Vedad Ibišević.



“I began training football at the age of eight in Borac from Tesanj. I’ve always loved the sport and for the past two years I play for Zeljeznicar. I’m satisfied with my performance, and also I’m happy they have given me a chance to play for Zeljeznicar’s senior team. I don’t get many minutes there but it’s a start. I’m getting in shape, we have exceptional working conditions here and I’m ready to respond to coach and staff’s requests. It’s every player’s dream to play for the national team, and fortunately it came true for me. I hope I’ll be able to play for national ‘A’ team some day.”

(Ajdin Mujagić)


Football Talent Scout potential rating:

7/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Country-scale star with top European club ambition.





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