Serbian striker feels he is ready to move to a bigger club, as Milan emerge as the latest possible destination…
Helsingborg’s loanee Nikola Djurdjic has attracted the interest of Milan, at least according to HD.se.
The tough season is still on and Milan have definitely become Stephan El Shaarawy dependable. However, Milan officials have reportedly stepped up the chase for another top scorer, possible future Serbia international Nikola Djurdjic.
The 26-year-old striker has been in a constant explosive form this season, scoring 11 goals in 10 appearances as a loanee at Helsingborg. Swedish club will probably have to give up on him son as his loan contract is set to expire in January 2013.
Djurdjic recently stated that he doesn’t rule out a January move away from Haugesund, but doubts whether Helsingborg will have the funds to make his deal permanent. The hitman is hoping to play in a more high-profile league after making his mark in the Swedish side but is yet to receive any concrete offers.
He told Novosti: “I don’t know what will happen in January. I know that Helsingborg, could buy me but I don’t think they can because my fee is approximately €1 million. I don’t believe they have the sum.
“I also think that my time has come to move to a stronger league. I would like to move to a bigger club”, he stated.
Milan are thought to be in pole for the 2011 Norwegian league Top Scorer, but will have to fight it out with Serie A fellow clubs Roma, Udinese and English side Fulham.