Fulfilling a dream through Maccabi Tel Aviv: Juvanovic on the Serbian national team
Krestic spoke with national team coach Stojkovic and was informed of the summons of the 23-year-old scorer, who has scored 10 goals since arriving at Maccabi Tel Aviv in February.
The team that qualified for the World Cup has four games in the League of Nations next month
Monday, 16 May 2022, 16:23
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A few hours before tonight's game (Monday, 20:30) of Maccabi Tel Aviv against Hapoel Beer Sheva in the top playoff, coach Mladen Krastic spoke with members of the Serbian association and coach Dragan Stojkovic, who informed him of the summons of Georgia Juvanovic to the squad The team for the first time in his career.
The Yellows' scorer will join an impressive star list in the Serbian attack, with alongside him on the list of strikers on the roster are Dusan Valahovic from Juventus, Luca Jovic from Real Madrid and Alexander Mitrovic from Fulham, the all-time king of Serbia's goals.
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Georgia Juvanovic (Photo: Ariel Shalom)
Serbia are expected to play no less than four games in June in the League of Nations, in which 23-year-old Juvanovic is due to make his debut minutes.
It will host Norway on June 2, after three days it will host Slovenia and then it will leave for Sweden on June 9 and after three days it will host Slovenia.
The team from the Balkans qualified for the World Cup in Qatar, where they will play in the seventh house against Brazil, Switzerland and Cameroon in about six months.
If Juvanovic is also part of the squad for the World Cup, this will entitle Maccabi Tel Aviv to financial compensation for the period of absence, as it was when Predrag Rajkovic was called up for the 2018 World Cup.
Serbia has an impressive pioneer battery.
Alexander Mitrovic (Photo: GettyImages, Srdjan Stevanovic)
Krestic, who coached the Serbian national team in its previous World Cup, was the man responsible for signing Juvanovic in early February.
He will leave the Yellows soon with the credit for adding the striker, whose price will rise following the call-up to the team and he will be able to bring in a significant amount of money for the club in the future.
It will be recalled that Juvanovic starred in the Serbian league with 11 goals in half a season in the Chukaricki uniform, and then Maccabi Tel Aviv acquired him for 1.9 million euros.
His scoring ability also continued in the yellow uniform, with nine league goals and another in the cup in three and a half months in total in Israel.
Having played in all of Serbia's youth teams, he is now fulfilling a dream and reaching the senior team as well.
Serbia national team
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