Milinkovic-Savic: "I Don't Think Too Much About The Future, I See It Every Day. I Learned A Lot From Him (Pogba) When I Came To Italy."

Lazio midfielder, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic talks about his admiration for Pogba, who has taught him a lot, as well as his development as a player and his one day winning the Ballon d'Or ambition.

Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, 27, is likely to leave as Lazio prepares to sell one of their star players to help fund Maurizio Sarri's revolution. Biancoceleste wants a lump sum of around 70 million euros and the two big clubs are Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United, although Juventus also want it.

The midfielder opened up about his best year at Lazio so far. 

"The stats for the past few years are like this, I've played a little better, do I feel undervalued? I don't think about it when I'm done playing, if I have time I'll look at it again and I'll decide if I do Well, I'm being honest with myself," he said via DAZN.

"In my off-the-ball movement, I have grown a lot in recent years, slowly I am working and this year you can see the results."

The Serbian midfielder then opened up about comparisons between himself and former Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.

"I learned a lot from him when I came to Italy, he's still at Juventus, he's as tall as me, he's skilled and he makes a difference in the game."

Finally, the 27-year-old talks about how he sees himself five years from now and his ambitions for the Ballon d'Or. 

"I don't think too much about the future, I see it every day and I don't think too much," he said.

"Ballon d'Or?  Of course, I like it.”

The Biancoceleste midfielder has played 35 games in Serie A this season, scoring 10 goals and providing 11 assists. Now he is preparing to help the team in the game against Juventus on Monday night (16/5).

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