Luka Sucic heralded as Dominik Szoboszlai’s replacement by agent

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Dominik Szoboszlai’s transfer saga reached it’s conclusion last week with the Hungarian making the switch to sister club RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga. The player’s agent Matyas Esterhazy spoke to Fabrizio Romano and Francesco Porzio on the “Here We Go” podcast on Patreon, and was asked about who might possibly replace Szoboszlai at Salzburg. 

Esterhazy pointed towards Luka Sucic as the heir to Dominik Szoboszlai’s midfield berth at the club. At 18, Sucic still has a long way to go, but has the potential to be one for the future. The signs look good for him, especially since he is already being singled out by a top agent in Europe. 

Sucic joined the Edelweiss youth academy first before joining the Salzburg youth team. He has since managed to break into the first team, and occasionally plays for the second team as well. 

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The teenager operates in the heart of the park, and is naturally left footed, something that him and Szoboszlai have in common. Ilt will be interesting to see where the future takes the youngster, but for now, it is expected that he will get much more game time. 

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