Fiorentina’s Vlahovic said to have indirect relations with Serbian government

Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic and his entourage are said to have ties with the Serbian government.

RadioTre have explored this situation, claiming that the International Sports Agency had taken Vlahovic on board just two weeks after it’s opening. And the agency has seen it’s power grow because of it’s ties with Partizan Belgrade, which is a club controlled by several members of the ruling government in Serbia.

The general secretary Novac Nedic has financial interests in Vlahovic and Nedic has ties with Dejan Grgic, who is one of the partners of ISA. Nedic’s father has previously served as vice president of Partizan till 2016.

Partizan remain central to all sporting activities in Serbia and that is how the current ISA director Darko Ristic got close to Partizan, as his brother Milan was in-charge of the youth sector at the club. 

The Serbian president’s son Danilo Vucic has previously presented himself as one of the agents of the striker, with the president’s entourage denying that by claiming that Danilo is merely a football fan.

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