KickOff.com has been tipped off about that Aleksandar Cavric could be the next European footballer heading to the PSL with at least three PSL clubs having raised a hand of interest in the Serbian.
Word reaching this website is that one of the Big Three has shown interest in the 26-year-old who has been put on the radar of another two clubs on the domestic scene.
However, Cavric is also wanted in Egypt while there is also the option of heading out to the Middle East.
The Serbian is currently playing his football in the first tier of Slovakian football for Slovan Bratislava but previously played for KRC Genk in Belgium and Danish club Aarhus GF.
Cavric operates on either wing and is a former Serbian youth international, who played at the 2015 European Under-21 Championships.
In the time that he has spent at Slovan Bratislava he has won the league twice and is in line to add a third title this season, while he has also won the Slovak Cup and played in both the UEFA Champions League and Europa League qualifiers.
Following the success enjoyed by Samir Nurkovic in his first season at Kaizer Chiefs last term, there has been growing interest in players from Eastern Europe.
Last week Slovakian forward Pavol Safranko completed his move to Mamelodi Sundowns.
In the past only a handful of footballers from Eastern Europe have played in the PSL – amongst them being Ivo Simunic (Croatia), Obren Cuckovic and Dejan Bogunovic (both Serbian) and Vladimir Mandic (Slovenia).
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