Barça is apparently interested in signing Stefan Mitrovic, Serbian football’s brightest prospect. Although no decision has been made about his hiring, the Catalan club is reportedly interested in the promising 20-year-old and the reports they have on him are positive.
The player’s father acknowledged the Blaugrana’s pursuit of his son on Twitter: As a parent, I must affirm that Barça is in touch with us, along with a few other major sports organizations.
One of Serbian football’s most popular players, Mitrovic, 20, has already had multiple bids, according to Red Star Belgrade’s general director.
Three very major teams have made us bids totaling more than six million euros, but we haven’t sold him, according to Zvezdan Terzi.
Mitrovic only transitioned from Radnicki Nis to Red Star last year in the closing days of the summer market. Given that you cannot play for three clubs in a single calendar season, he was unable to be moved again in January as he had previously competed in official games for both teams.
The youthful Red Star player excels in one-on-one situations and often plays as a left winger. His crosses are risky and his left foot has a lot of skill.
The top teams in Europe have taken notice of him after he excelled in the Europa League this season and scored five goals.