ZAGREB, Nov 22 (Hina) – The authorities of the city of Trogir and leaders of the Split-based Hajduk football club last Thursday discussed plans for the construction of the club’s camp at Divulje, which is part of this coastal city, and agreed that the camp could be completed in four years’ time.
The interlocutors agreed that this would be a project important both for this football club and for Trogir, according to a press release issued by the city administration.
The meeting focused on efforts to transfer the ownership of construction land for the facility from the Defence Ministry to the City of Trogir.
The club’s president, Luksa Jakobusic, thanked the Trogir authorities for cooperation and efficiency in the procedure.
Mayor Ante Bilic said that the necessary activities for registering the land in the land registry would be finished in the next ten days.
There is a preliminary design for the future camp and local renowned architects and engineers will be engaged in the preparation of the project.