Former midfielder reveals Arsenal could have signed Milivojevic

first_imgCrystal Palace midfielder Luka Milivojevic could have been an Arsenal player, according to former Serbian player Goran Milosavljevic.Milivojevic has become a firm fans’ favourite at Crystal Palace since joining the Eagles in January 2017 but Milosavljevic who is credited with discovering former Manchester United great Nemanja Vidic insists he could have become a gunner instead.In an interview with the Chester Chronicle, he has revealed how he worked closely with former Gunners boss Arsene Wenger during his time in charge, and made several recommendations to the Frenchman about players.But he said two players, in particular, got away for the Gunners are Milivojevic and former Serbia captain Nemanja Vidic.Milosavljevic said Arsenal did not trust his judgement on Vidic when he first told them about him one year before he signed for Manchester United.Luka Milivojevic targets a new Premier League record Andrew Smyth – August 15, 2019 Crystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic hopes to set the record for the most penalties scored in Premier League history this season.And he insists Milivojevic could have ended up at Arsenal, if they had acted upon his recommendation.“Luka Milivojevic is another player who I recommended,” he said.“I started working with him at a young age, around 12, and then seriously when he was about 15.“He has gone on to play for Crystal Palace and is doing well in the Premier League. He is one of their top players.”Milivojevic was a deadline day signing for Palace in January 2017, during Sam Allardyce’s time in charge.last_img

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