Manchester City are reportedly monitoring Serbian 17-year-old Bojan Kovacevic, who is breaking through in his homeland's top flight.
Manchester City have sent scouts to Serbia to monitor teenager Bojan Kovacevic, according to a report.
The Premier League champions are always on the lookout for stars of the future to add to their squad and have had success when scouting Serbia in the past.
Earlier this year, Man City signed 18-year-old Filip Stevanovic from Partizan, while Luka Ilic moved to the Etihad Stadium from Red Star Belgrade as an 18-year-old in 2017.
According to Mozzart Sport, the next Serbian youngster on the club's radar is Kovacevic, who is valued at €5m (£4.2m) by his club Cukaricki.
The report adds that Atalanta BC, Red Bull Salzburg, Bordeaux and Parma are all also interested in signing the 17-year-old following his breakthrough in the Serbian SuperLiga.
Kovacevic has played five of his team's last six games, helping them to third in the table.
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