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 By Mark Rodden

Andrija Zivkovic attracting offers, not from PSG - Partizan Belgrade chief

Andrija Zivkovic is a Serbia international.

Partizan Belgrade president Ivan Curkovic says that Paris Saint-Germain are not among the clubs who have already made an offer for highly sought-after winger Andrija Zivkovic.

Zivkovic, 19, is out of contract in June and earlier this month Le Parisien reported that both PSG and Manchester City were considering making a bid to sign the Serbia international in January.

L'Equipe said this week that both Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund were also willing to pay €5 million for the player, while Benfica were strongly linked with Zivkovic in November.

Last summer, one of Zivkovic's agents confirmed that Valencia and Chelsea had expressed an interest, while Arsenal have also reportedly been tracking the youngest ever player to captain Partizan.

However, the Serbian club's president Ivan Curkovic says French champions PSG have not yet followed up on their reported interest.

"I've received several offers for a transfer this winter but not from PSG for the moment," Curkovic told Le Parisien. "My priority is to get him to sign a contract extension. Afterwards, we'll see."

Zivkovic played a starring role as Serbia won the Under-20 World Cup last summer and scored four times for Partizan in the Europa League group stage this season.

The two-time Serbian Super Liga winner also found the back of the net seven times in 15 league matches before Christmas.

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