The transfer market is heating up, and one name that has caught everyone's attention is Serbian midfielder Nemanja Radonjic. San Jose Earthquakes, representing Major League Soccer (MLS), has entered the race for the player, putting forward an offer to Torino, Radonjic's current club. However, the competition is fierce, with Monza from the Italian Serie A also expressing interest in the 27-year-old athlete.
Radonjic, known for his offensive skills and goal-scoring ability, has built a solid career, leaving his mark both domestically and internationally. With seven goals in 41 matches for Torino, the Serbian is a coveted target, and his potential move to MLS or Serie A could mark a new chapter in his journey.
The San Jose Earthquakes' proposal underscores the growing visibility and attractiveness of the MLS, which is constantly seeking to strengthen its roster with globally recognized players. On the other hand, Monza, a recently promoted Italian club to Serie A, aims to bolster its team to face the challenges of Italian football elite, and the inclusion of Radonjic would be a significant reinforcement.