Dominik Livaković has left Dinamo Zagreb after more than 7 years at the club.
The Croatian international keeper has signed for Turkish club Fenerbahçe, the club confirmed on Thursday.
Livaković, who played over 200 games for Dinamo Zagreb since making his debut back in 2016, was the target of a number of clubs after having a great World Cup in Qatar last year.
The 28-year-old saved three penalties against Japan to send Croatia into the quarterfinals in Qatar, before saving another in the shoot-out victory over Brazil.
“Dominik Livakovic arrived in Istanbul to undergo medical checks and complete transfer negotiations,” the club wrote this afternoon, posting the Croatian holding up a Fenerbahçe scarf.
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Livaković, who has been capped by Croatia 45 times, has also been in great form for his club and a transfer move has been inevitable.
Many pundits believe though that Livaković deserved a move to a bigger club in a stronger league.