Miloš Dimitrijević is a Serbian midfielder, born on 16 February 1984 in Belgrade, Serbia. The footballer has a dual citizenship – French and Serbian.
Miloš and his father moved to France, when the future midfielder was seven. In 1999, Dimitrijević joined the academy of Nantes and spent six years there, which helped him to get ready for a professional start. In 2004, the player put pen to paper of a senior contract with ‘Les Canaris’ and netted one goal in 51 fixtures for the club during three seasons.
In 2007, Miloš transferred to Grenoble and made 38 appearances for the new team before completing a move to Serbian side Rad in 2010. The footballer fired seven goals in 24 matches and went on loan to Chievo, where he took part in two games. In 2011, Dimitrijević sealed a deal with Red Star Belgrade and found the net four times in 55 fixtures for ‘The Red & Whites’. In April 2013 he was released from the club.
In January 2014 Milos was offered a contract with an Australian side Sydney.
From 2003 till 2004, the midfielder featured in one match for the France national U-18 squad. From 2005 till 2006, he made one appearance for the Serbia national U-21 team. In 2010, Miloš received his first call-up to the senior national squad.
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