Andrija Radulovic’s agent revealed Milan are interested in the Serbian starlet, but who is the young Red Star prospect?
The 18-year-old Serbian was likened to former Rossonero Dejan Savicevic by his agent Igor Koijc, who then revealed Milan have been interested in the youngster since Zvonimir Boban was the sporting director.
This term, the Serbia U19 international has played four times in the Serbian Super Liga and once in the Serbian Cup, but mostly off the bench.
In total, the left-footed right winger, who can operate in all positions in an attacking trident behind the striker, has collected nine appearances for the senior side in Belgrade.
During that time, he has scored twice and contributed one assist, but has yet to appear in the Europa League.
The attacking midfielder scored in his debut against Radnik in June 2020, helping Red Star to a 4-1 win, and followed up the great start with an assist against FK TSC in a 2-1 defeat eight days later.
He has also proved his worth in the UEFA Youth League – where he scored against Tottenham Hotspur and Olympiacos in 2019.
Red Star believes in the youngster who at the moment alternates between the first team and the youth side, and P&P Sport Management collaborator Andrea Luciani told Terzo Tempo at Calciomercato.it that big European sides have been in contact with the Serbian club regarding his future.
He added that the player born in 2002 reminds him of Liverpool winger and former Inter player Xherdan Shaqiri.
“He makes me think of [Sassuolo attacker Domenico] Berardi, [Napoli forward Matteo] Politano and above all Shaqiri,” Luciani told Calciomercato.it. “Andrija has the characteristics of the former Inter player from Switzerland.”
Age: 18 (born July 3, 2002 in Kotor, Serbia)
Club: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)