Moscow, December 25 – Krasnodar has made a new offer to Crvena Zvezda Belgrade for the transfer of Serbian national team player Strahinja Erakovic, Kurir reports.
According to the Serbian publication, the Russian club intended to acquire the 21-year-old defender this summer and offered the Belgrade team 6.5 million euros, plus 50% of the subsequent transfer amount. It is noticeable that Krasnodar made a new offer with improved terms.
Crvena Zvezda himself does not intend to allow Erakovic to move to another club for compensation of less than 10-12 million euros. Earlier there was news of interest in Erakovic from another Russian club – St. Petersburg Zenit.
Erakovic, a graduate of Crvena Zvezda, has been playing for the first team of his native club since 2019 and has become two-time Serbian champions as part of the squad. In total, Erakovic played 87 matches for the red-white team and made 3 assists. At the expense of his matches with the Serbian national team. The defender was in the Qatar World Cup squad, but did not enter the field.
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