Andrija Zivkovic’s outstanding performances for Serbia have made many scouts of major European clubs set their sights on him and put his name on their transfer notebooks. After the praise he received from the international press, Italian publications find in his person all the qualifications to compete even at…Juventus.
Andrija Živkovic’s assists, stunning runs and overall performance at the World Cup with Serbia have greatly – in the space of a few weeks – increased his football value. But apart from the good reviews that one can read about the Serb, there are also many publications of transfer interest. One of them links the name of the PAOK player with Juventus and with a transfer that could put up to 5 million euros in the coffers of the Northern club.
According to the publication of the Italian website Juve Dipendenza, which deals with the “Big Lady” issues, the Serb could offer more to Max Allegri’s team than Mattia De Sciglio. More specifically, the publication states that:
” Serbia have proven to be one of the ‘Old Lady’s’ favorite Nations having already produced the likes of Filip Kostic and Dusan Vlahovic and could open the trio. One player who looks set to make the step forward is right full-back Andrija Zivkovic who plays as a winger for PAOK and is a regular in Serbia. It is unthinkable to consider the possibility of swapping Zivkovic for De Sciglio as the Italian international would never agree to play in the Greek league, however a transfer for him would open the doors to the Balkans.
Živkovic is a player who proves to his National team that he can compete in a big team. After all, his talent was appreciated at a young age even by one of the best clubs in the world to find champions: Benfica. With the Lusitanians he failed to show his class and so in 2020 they sent him to a second-rate league like the Greek one, however, in PAOK he finds himself again. He’s certainly much more of an attacking full-back than De Ciglio and signing him would allow Allegri to have a player who can fully cover his side and be effective in front of goal.In fact, during his career he always had good scoring performances with his personal record being the 14 goals he scored with PAOK in his first Greek season. For an amount of around 5 million euros, Juventus could thus acquire a full-back who is only 26 years old and certainly has all the qualities to succeed.”
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