Young Serbian attacking midfielder Nikola Skrobonja to take advantage of his father’s roots: 18-year-old from Voždovec wants to play for Slovenia
Football Association of Slovenia (NZS) has recently been paying a lot of attention to the search for talented football players from other countries who meet the criteria to play for the Slovenian national team. Emir Saitoski, a football player of Mura, took over the Slovenian passport a while ago, and not long ago he wore the Slovenian jersey. Noah Weissbach from RB Leipzig and Relja Obrić both became a Slovenian national team player and there are many more. Now Nikola Skrobonja seems to be going the way of these guys, reports Nogomania.
Nikola Skrobonja is an 18-year-old attack-minded midfielder who is currently a member of Vozdovac and was recently called up to the Serbian U-15 national team. The Sombor-born footballer has also been a member of Belgrade’s Partizan and, more recently, the highly successful Serbian top-flight side TSK Bačka Topol. He has played 56 games and scored 9 goals in the Serbian Cadet and Serbian Youth League in recent years, and could play for Slovenia because of his father’s roots, adds Nogomania. According to this media outlet, the NFA is already arranging all the necessary documentation for the player’s change of football nationality.
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