Another Ludogorets player renewed his contract with the club. Moti will continue his career in Razgrad after reaching an agreement with the management.
“I am really happy because I love Ludogorets”, Moti said. “I want to help put a star on the team outfit by winning ten titles. This is my main purpose. I will finish my career as part of the club”, the Romanian added.
Moti joined Ludogorets in 2012 after transferring from Dinamo (Bucharest). The defender has helped the team win seven titles, and has been playing in the Champions League and Europa League twice. Moti has the biggest contribution to Ludogorets’ first big breakthrough in the Champions League in 2014 after saving two penalty kicks in the playoffs against the Romanian champion Steaua. This incredible feat was enough for the management to name one of the Hubepharma Arena stadium stands after him.
Moti has 275 caps in eight seasons. He has scored a total of 34 goals.