Here is a player that is leaving Red Star Belgrade after coming from Scotland... Press Release from jadransport: After just one season at Crvena Zvezda since his return from Scotland, Dragan Mladenovic is already leaving the Marakana. The 30-year-old has successfully ended talks with Incheon United, and signed a 2-year-contract with the South Korean top-flight outfit. Leaving the Marakana for the second time This is the second time that Mladenovic is to leave Crvena Zvezda since his arrival in 2002 from FK Zemun. The former Serbo-Montenegrin international first left the "Crveno-Beli" in 2004, and joined FC Glasgow Rangers for a sum of 1.5M EUR. However, he failed to make a big impact in Scotland, and returned to Belgrade at the beginning of the 2005/06 season. In the past year, he made 17 appearances for the Belgrade giant, scoring 3 goals, and helping Crvena Zvezda win the double crown under Walter Zenga. Previously, in the period between 2002 and 2004 he made 51 appearances for Zvezda, and scored 9 goals. He was also capped 17 times by the national team. Stepping into Agic's place at Incheon From first impressions, it appears that Mladenovic will step into Jasmin Agic's position when he arrives at Incheon. The Croatian left the club this summer, and has gone back home to play for Dinamo Zagreb. The Serb should slot into the side quite easily and it seems he has made a good move by signing for the Koreans. Mladenovic will also have some company from his native Serbia, as former Partizan striker Dzenan Radoncic has already been at Incheon for the past three years.