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Aleksandar Kolarov tempted by Serie A switch

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Manchester City left back Aleksandar Kolarov is keen on a move back to Serie A, according to the Manchester Evening News.

The Serb has spent time in Italy before, moving to City from Lazio for a reported £16 million back in 2010.

Success

He has won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup so far during his time with the Etihad outfit, and signed a contract extension last summer to take him through to 2018.

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He has been competing with Gael Clichy for a starting berth at left back in recent years, with Kolarov only starting eleven times in the league this season.

After Serbia’s 2-1 defeat to Portugal in Group I of the European Championship qualifiers, he told Sky Italia: “I’d like to return to Italy, but it’s difficult.”

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Praise 

Kolarov went on to praise compatriot Sinisa Mihajlovic, currently in charge of Sampdoria, as well as former side Lazio.

“I’m happy for Mihajlovic, he’s doing very well, as are Lazio. They’re having a great season and I hope they can end it in third or even second place.”

Roberto Mancini, the man who signed Kolarov for Manchester City, is thought to be keen on bringing him to his current side, Inter Milan.

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