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Manchester City beat Manchester United to Filip Stevanovic

 

A number of clubs, including Liverpool, Chelsea and Bayern Munich, have been credited with an interest in Stevanovic over the last 12 months.

The Serbia Under-21 international has already made 53 first-team appearances for Partizan, scoring 12 times and contributing five assists in the process.

The forward has been prolific in front of goals coupled with stellar performances as he delights scouts from clubs across Europe.

The Red Devils were believed to be close to signing the Serbian winger back in August but with the move having fallen through, City are set to pounce.

According to the MEN, Pep Guardiola’s side will pay around £6million for the amazing teenager. It is believed that Stevanovic will not slot straight into City’s first-team squad making an immediate loan likely.

City could allegedly allow the left-sided forward to remain with the Serbian club for the rest of the 2020-21 campaign in order to continue his development.

City also have a number of clubs within their network that could benefit from Stevanovic’s burgeoning talents.

Mostly used as a left winger, the 18 years old has already made 53 first-team appearances for Partizan. Stevanovic has also already experienced playing European football in the Europa League while he has also made his debut for his national team.

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