Manchester United are ready to hand a trial to Vojvodina goalkeeper Vanja Savic-Milinkovic after the Serbian starlet signed his first professional contract.
TalkSPORT reports how the 17-year-old is widely regarded as an up and coming star of the future in his homeland after impressing at the recent UEFA U17 Championship.
Savic-Milinkovic conceded just three goals in six competition matches, further enhancing his burgeoning reputation, which has now attracted admiring glances from Manchester United.
Red Devils boss is ready to hand the talented teenager a chance to impress at Old Trafford, as he looks to earn himself a contract with the Premier League champions.
With David De Gea and Anders Lindegaard currently to choose from in his first-team ranks, the acquisition of Savic-Milinkovic would be regarded as a signing for the long-term future.
But, despite alleged interest from Manchester United, the youngster appears focused on continuing his development at his boyhood club, judging by comments made after agreeing his first pro deal.
"The dream of all boys from the youth team is to one day sign a professional contract with Vojvodina," he said.
"I just realised my dream and I do not have words to describe my feelings. I wanted to continue my father's footsteps since he was a footballer."