Daily newspaper Izvestia has learned that a number of Russia’s top sides are keeping close tabs on Partizan Belgrade youngster Andrija Zivkovic.
The 17-year-old footballer has been attracting a lot of interest with his performances this season and he is already being linked with a big club move.
Izvestia understands that Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow and Zenit are all keen on Zivkovic, with their scouts watching the midfielder in action on several occasions this season.
Despite his fragile age, the winger has already made 20 league appearances for the Serbian giants, scoring 5 goals in the process.
He has nailed down a regular starting berth this term and even earned two Serbia caps, appearing in friendlies against Japan and Russia.
Clubs from England, Italy and Germany are believed to have taken notice as well, with Zivkovic’s current deal due to expire in June 2016 and his value appraised at €2 million.
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