Manchester signed Stevanovic on the recent winter transfer window from Belgrade Partizan for a hefty € 8.5 million fee.
Since it was assumed that Stevanovc would not earn minutes of playing time with the main team, the club leaders decided to return him to Partizan on loan for half a season.
Stevanovic has now officially moved to his new parent club, Manchester City, but now he may be on the move again.
According to a report by Dutch publication Voetbal InternationalEredivise SK Heerenveen is ready to sign with the promising Serbian striker for just one season.
Ranked 13th in the Eredivise final standings last season, Heerenveen is actively looking for short-term attacking solutions and sees Stevanovic as one viable option to help renew his attack.
Heerenveen has been looking into Manchester City’s prospects for quite some time and would like to finalize a possible loan agreement for the talent during the ongoing summer transfer window.
The Dutch club is already in talks with Manchester City officials about this possible deal, so everyone is deciding whether the deal will be implemented soon.
Currently, the Premier League leadership is in no hurry to decide which path they will follow with Stevanovic next season, as club officials plan to evaluate all possible options for him.
The 18-year-old prospect played one promising campaign in his last season for Paritsan, where he scored six goals in a Serbian Super League game.
As he is not expected to be on the Manchester City main squad in the coming season, a loan will certainly be the best option for him in his first year of contract with the Premier League champions.
Moreover, Heerenveen’s ability to switch to play would certainly be ideal for Stevanovic, especially given the tactical challenges he will face in Eredivis.
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