Nantes striker Filip Djordjevic has made it clear that he won’t be leaving Stade de la Beaujoire in the winter transfer window.
After scoring 20 goals to help the Canaries return to the elite division, the Serbian attacker this season picked up where he left off, netting 6 times in 11 league games.
This has seen his name linked with a number of top sides, including Lyon, Lazio and Fiorentina, but it looks as though the interested sides will have to wait until the summer to try and sign the 26-year-old.
Despite his contract due to expire at the end of the campaign, the Serbia international is adamant he won’t be leaving his current employers in January.
“I am 99 percent sure I will not be leaving Nantes in the winter transfer window,” Djordjevic confessed to Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti.
“Either I sign a contract extension with Nantes or I leave as a free agent. There is no third option.”
While becoming a key player for Nantes, where he was handed the captain’s armband, Djordjevic has also played his way into the Serbia national team, and has so far scored 2 goals in 7 caps.