An in-depth look at the career of Huddersfield Town’s new number nine
- Bojan Radulović signs for Huddersfield Town
- Striker joins from Finnish champions HJK
- Learn more about Bojan and his career
Spanish-born Serbian youth international Radulović’s career to date underlines his will to win and desire to be as successful as possible with each side he’s represented.
Born on 29 December 1999 in Lleida in Catalonia, it was with his local side Lleida Esportiu that his journey in football began. Working his way through the academy, he made his first senior appearance in the Spanish third division in 2017 as a teenager.
Soon catching the eye of scouts from England, he made the decision to move away from home at 17 to join the academy at Brighton & Hove Albion in 2018, shortly after they had secured Premier League promotion. Highly thought of, it was at this time that he was drafted into the Serbian U19 side, where he represented his country twice.
With the Seagulls for two years, he enjoyed a couple of spells out on loan to Spanish sides as part of his development. First moving back to Catalonia with Espanyol B, he then spent time time with Alavés B before Swedish giants AIK came calling, and he swapped the British seaside for Stockholm.
Competing in the Swedish top flight - Allsvenskan - for two seasons, his next move was to another Nordic region, with Finnish side HJK taking him to Helsinki first on loan, before making the move permanent in 2022. Top scorer with eight goals in his first campaign with the side, he helped them to their third consecutive league title, finishing top of the Veikkausliiga.
Not only scoring domestically with HJK, their league dominance entered them in European competition, with Bojan able to test himself in both the Europa League and UEFA Conference League, with his goalscoring ability translating to that level of opposition, too, with a brace in qualifying earlier this season confirming HJK’s place in the group stages of the Conference League.
In total, he scored 36 times in 78 appearances in Finland, with eight of those goals coming in European competitions. Before joining the Terriers, he netted 15 times in 19 league games in the 2023 Veikkausliiga season, with six goals in 13 goals in Europe this campaign, too.
Standing at 6’3, Radulović is a physical striker who enjoys both the goal scoring side of forward play and getting involved in the build up, with the ability to play with his back to goal and link with the attackers and midfielders around him.
Learn more about Bojan and his arrival at Town - including quotes from Sporing Director Mark Cartwright and Manager Darren Moore - and watch his first Club interview by CLICKING HERE.