Dusan Tadic: 'Sergej Milinkovic-Savic needs to be calm'

Paola Ditto
Giugno 21, 2018

The Red Devils lost 1-0 to Chelsea FC in the FA Cup final at Wembley following Eden Hazard's victor from the penalty spot.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic shot himself to limelight with his brilliant performances in the recently-concluded season.

"SMS" was in action for Serbia in their World Cup opener against Costa Rica on Sunday afternoon, a game covered by ITV Sport. Lazio president, however, has played down talks of him being allowed to leave as he has confirmed that he is not for sale.

Manchester United are, of course, one of the clubs thought to be keeping an eye on him.

"However, none of us, myself especially, has ever put him up for sale."

Meanwhile, Sergej's father prefers his son to go to Juventus before he takes a leap to La Liga. He also believed that his son would be playing with some of the best players and would win a lot of trophies with the Old Lady.

Without the prospect of elite European football with Lazio, Milinkovic-Savic has naturally been linked with a move away from the club, and two possible destinations could be either Juventus or the Red Devils.

"In Turin there is a prestigious club with multiple trophies that has been dominating the scene for years". With players of the highest level, such as [Paulo] Dybala, Douglas Costa and Co., he could win the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia and make a big contribution towards winning the Champions League - why not? Why not [win it]?

"Juve always go far in that competition and if they were to win the most prestigious trophy, Sergej could even dream of the Ballon d'Or".

Although Evra was initially relatively guarded about the 23-year-old's chances of a move to his former club, the Frenchman used the opportunity to explain just how much it meant to play for United.

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