Manchester City have completed a deal for 18-year-old Serbian wonderkid Filip Stevanovic.
The Partizan Belgrade youngster has established himself as a first team regular despite only turning 18 in September, and he’s an exciting attacking midfielder who can play as a number 10 or on either wing.
The highly-rated winger made his debut for the Serbian side at the age of 16 and has been linked with a host of top European clubs in recent months, including Manchester United.
According to Serbian outlet Novosti, City have completed a deal for Filip Stevanovic and the transfer will become official in January with City paying €8.5m for the 18-year-old winger, while Partizan will also receive 10% of his next transfer fee.
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Additional, Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano on the latest edition of the ‘Here We Go’ podcast claims City will sign Stevanovic for a total fee of €8M including add-ons.
The reports adds that although the deal becomes official during the January window, the Serbian is expected to be loaned back to Partizan where he will remain until the end of the season
Stevanovic, who is already in his third season as a professional, has scored three goals and provided two assists so far this season.