Danilo Pantic has joined his country club FK Cukaricki on a season long loan deal from Chelsea, per reports. Pantic joined Chelsea with the pedigree of a prospective but top-notch midfielder in the summer of 2015. Sadly, he has failed to live up to his billing. The 23-year-old midfielder has spent the last five seasons on various loan spells including stints at Vitesse Arnhem, Excelsior, his old club Partizan (two seasons), and Fehervar last time out. Apparently, his best bet at reviving his career is away from
Chelsea midfielder whose name is Danilo Pantic has revealed his desire to end his Chelsea career despite the three years contract extension offered to him by the Blues. According to reports from Serbian newspaper telegraf, it was gathered that the 23 years old midfielder has been on a season long loan at Hungarian club 'Fehervar' which was cut in January. It was reported that the midfielder is currently training with FK Partizan which was identified as his childhood club. The Serbian international has spent
Two blues players have been confirmed to leave the this week. Danilo Pantic , the 23-year old Serbian who signed for Chelsea in 2015, Pantic has largely failed to make the grade at Stamford bridge prompting the club to offer him to Serbian club, FK Cukaricki for another season. Danilo Pantic has endured a series of loan spells since joining the London club, he has spent time at Vitesse, Excelsior, Partizan Belgrade. Another player set to depart the club is 21-year old midfielder and academy product, Jacob Maddox.
Danilo Pantic confirmed move to Serbian side FK Cukaricki last week and speaking to B92, Pantic claimed that he had reached common grounds with the club from his home country and is waiting on conclusion on negotiations from the clubs. Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb brought further details about the move. They claim that Danilo will join the Serbian club on a free transfer, although Chelsea will keep a ‘percentage of a future sale.’ Pantic joined Chelsea from Partizan Belgrade back in 2015, despite