Stefan Savić is a centre back of Manchester City. He was born on 8 January 1991 in Mojkovac, Montenegro.
Stefan spent his youth first at the Brskovo academy, then at the BSK Borča youth system. Savić had been a trainee from 2007 till 2009, when he was asked to join the first team.
In 2009 Stefan signed his first professional contract with Borča. The player was glad to get involved in the senior team and during the first season (2009/2010) he took part in almost every game of the club, making 27 appearances and scoring a goal.
In 2010 Stefan was offered a transfer to Partizan, the champions of Serbia. Savić got the opportunity to play for one of the best Balkan club and, eventually, used it, signing for Partizan in the summer 2010. In 2010/2011 Stefan took part in 20 matches and netted one goal.
In 2011 the Montenegrian back attracted the attention of the English side Manchester City. The club wanted to buy a promising player, so the management told Stefan that a great future was in store for him. Savić accepted the offer without any doubts and signed a four-year contract. The transfer cost £6 million.
From 2007 till 2009 Stefan Savić was capped for the Montenegro national U-17, U-19 and U-21, all in all making 13 appearances. From 2010 Stefan was invited to the Montenegro national football team, played 14 games and made two goals.
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