sport">If these do not cause any problems, Dost could already join the team of trainer Henk Fraser in the weekend. With the capture of Dost, FC Utrecht trumps the also interested FC Emmen. Earlier in the window, he also held talks with Feyenoord, but that did not result in a concrete offer.
sport">Dost also had numerous offers from abroad in his pocket, but after foreign adventures at VfL Wolfsburg, Sporting, Eintracht Frankfurt and Club Brugge, he prefers to play football in the Netherlands again for private reasons. Of the offers he has received for this, the one from FC Utrecht appeals to him the most.
sport">Dost previously played in the Netherlands for FC Emmen, Heracles Almelo and SC Heerenveen and scored 62 goals for the latter two clubs in 127 Eredivisie matches. Throughout his career, Dost has outstanding stats with 256 goals in 506 professional matches. Born Deventenaar also played eighteen times for Orange, in which he scored once. Last season, Dost scored fourteen times for the Belgian champions Club Brugge, while he was not a regular base player.
sport">With the contracting of Dost, FC Utrecht has already largely prepared the selection for next season. Director of football affairs Jordy Zuidam previously managed to secure the transfer-free Taylor Booth (Bayern Munich), Nick Viergever (Greuther Fürth), Joshua Rawlins (Perth Glory) and Calvin Raatsie (Ajax). Luuk Brouwers has been taken over from Go Ahead Eagles for 900,000 euros, while Daishawn Redan is hired from Hertha BSC with an option to buy and goalkeeper Vasilis Barkas is hired from Celtic.
sport">FC Utrecht is also still in the market for Nordin Amrabat, if the attacker manages to get out of his contract with AEK Athens. Amrabat wants to live with his family in the Netherlands and if he can leave Greece on a free transfer, there is a contract ready for him at FC Utrecht.