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13/05/2018 - 22:35 GMT

Serbian Giants Ready To Cash In On Celtic Target, Asking Price Identified

 




Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade are ready to sell Celtic target Luka Adzic if he does not agree to a new contract at the club.

The 19-year-old winger is on the radar of a host of clubs who are alive to his potential, with Atletico Madrid, Anderlecht, Celtic, Sevilla and PSV Eindhoven all admirers of the youngster.




Adzic's contract with Red Star Belgrade is due to expire at the end of December this year and the Serbians are working overtime to convince him to pen a fresh deal.

However, talks over a new deal which would run for three or four years have not progressed well.

 


As such, according to Serbian daily Kurir, Red Star Belgrade are ready to sell Adzic this summer if they cannot reach an agreement, with an expected price tag of between €1m and €1.5m being placed on the winger.  

Red Star Belgrade general manager Zvezdan Terzic has had a number of meetings over the course of the last week with the player's representatives in an effort to find a breakthrough.

But the Serbian side look to have work ahead to convince the youngster to stay.