So far this season he’s operated in the centre of midfield or on right wing for his club, and his versatility will be one of the reason’s he’s attracting the attention of some of Europe’s top sides.
He already has international honours, having won the Under-20 World Cup with Serbia back in 2015. He also showed leadership qualities when he captained his hometown club FK Vojvodina before moving to Germany.
He ran out the Serbian league’s top scorer for the club back in the 2014/15 season, having helped them to a domestic cup win the season before.
With teams like United circling, it might not be long before we see the attacking midfielder plying his trade for a Champions League club.