Kolarov Could Leave AS Roma and Join Red Star Belgrade

Aleksandar Kolarov after two seasons in Rome is ready to leave the capital of Italy and join Serbian champions, FK Crvena Zvezda. He grew up in Belgrade and was a part of Red Star when he was young, but he never got the chance in the first team and it could change soon.

 Aleksandar Kolarov of AS Roma
PORTO, PORTUGAL – MARCH 06: Aleksandar Kolarov of AS Roma reacts during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg match between FC Porto and AS Roma at Estadio do Dragao on March 06, 2019 in Porto, Portugal. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Kolarov could leave AS Roma this summer and help the team from Belgrade to qualify for the UEFA Champions League the second season in a row. The Serbian full-back still has a one-year contract with I Giallorossi, expiring in June 2020.

Red Star left back, Milan Rodic, is at the exit door and he will probably leave the club, so Serbian champions are looking for his replacement.

The general director for the Red Star Belgrade, Zvezdan Terzic, spoke on the Tele Radio Stereo and announced: “The doors for Aleksandar are always open, my desire is to come back here”.

Kolarov started his youth career in Red Star Belgrade, later played for two Serbian teams: Čukarički and OFK Beograd. In 2007 he moved to Lazio where he spent 3 seasons after he joined Manchester City and was part of SkyBlues until 2017 when he signed the contract with AS Roma.

In his career, he won with Lazio Coppa Italia 2008/2009 and the Supercoppa Italiana 2009, while with Manchester City he has more trophies: Premier League 2011–2012 and 2013–2014, FA Cup 2010–2011, Football League Cup 2013–2014 and 2015–2016

Will Aleksandar Kolarov makes his official debut in the team of which he is a fan we will see in the next period.

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