Ligue 1 starlet aiming to play at Stamford Bridge
English champions promising loanee Mario Pašalić aiming to return at Stamford Bridge to help Chelsea’s midfield fire, after poor performance this season.
The Blues have signed youngster on July 2014, reported fee of £3 million. According to the Chelsea transfer politic he was immediately sent at Spanish club Elche, where he played in 31 games and scored three times.
On July 3, it was announced that Pašalić will spend the 2015-16 season on loan at Monaco. He quickly become a permanent member and role player of Ligue 1 outfit. The 20-year-old central midfielder has 16 appearances and managed to find a net four times in this term.
However, the Croatia international a month ago has admitted that would be happy to return at Chelsea, as he’s ready to battle with stars like Cecs Fabregas and Nemanja Matic and Ramires for the starting line-up.
Arsene Wenger Keep a Tab on Totthenham World Cup winning prospect
It’s emerged that Arsenal are the Premier club most interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur’s under-20 World Cup winning prospect Milos Veljkovic.
Veljkovic is a Serbian footballer who was born in Switzerland but to Serbian parents on 26th September 1995 and he started his footballing dream at Swiss giants, FC Basel.
The 20-year-old defender moved to the Premer League club in 2011 and has shown much promise in the youth tournaments and even made 2 first team appearances and numerous games on the bench.
Veljkovic is a part of the golden generation coming through for Serbian football, also he was one of the best players of the tournament in the U20 WC and started all 8 games as the main cenre-half and was also part of the goals scoring 1 in the whole tournament.
It’s believed that along with Arsene Wenger’s side clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are also actively monitoring the youngster’s progress.
Exclusive: Celtic are ready to make a January move for Liverpool flop
As per Dinamo Zagreb’s insider Celtic are monitoring former Liverpool striker Armin Hodžić and considering to make a January move for starlet.
The 20-year-old hitman has been promoted from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s under-21 side for the senior national team’s playoff against the Republic of Ireland after scoring 12 goals in all competitions for Dinamo Zagreb so far this season. The 5 ft 11 target-man was signed by Merseyside club as a 16-year-old but never appeared for the first team, and after a slow first year at Dinamo, is now starting to show the scoring touch he previously displayed on loan at Bosnian side Zeljeznicar.
Hodžić has been a regular scorer in the national team youth categories and will be hoping for an opportunity to impress at senior level for a side who come into the playoffs having won four of their past five competitive matches. Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic remain coach Mehmed Bazdarevic’s primary options up front, but Hodzic may be called upon to make a decisive contribution off the bench if additional goals become a necessity.