Swedish starlet staying put
Swedish prospect Alexander Milosevic, who has been linked with a move to England, is not in a hurry to leave - his agent has insisted.
By Richard Torgerson
Last Updated: 29/06/11 7:57pm
Highly-rated Swedish prospect Alexander Milosevic, who has been linked with a move to England, is not in a hurry to leave Scandinavia - his agent has insisted.
The 19-year-old has recently been linked with Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham and Sunderland.
But his agent Nenad Lukic insists that the young central defender is happy to continue his education in his homeland.
"Money is not of interest here. AIK can sell him for 100 000, they can sell him for 100 million" Lukic to Fotbolldirekt.
"As long as it is a good step for Alex then I am happy. And the clubs we are talking about, of course it is way too soon. Alexander will play in a large European club within a few years, but not yet.
"I have never tried to market him either. I can honestly say that I have no idea on how the situation is at the moment.
"I have handed everything over to AIK, it is their player and he has a contract for four more years.
"He should stay at least another year. Jesus, he has played a spring in Allsvenskan. If it turns out that AIK get an enormous bid all of a sudden, then sure, I can understand that will be hard to turn down. But I both hope and believe that they are considerate to Alexander and can resist that.
"Arsenal and Liverpool, it would be hard to sit still when clubs like them show interest, but he can do it."