ROME – He has a high fever: this is why Adem Ljajić, a former striker from Fiorentina, Rome, Inter and Turin, has been quarantined by Besiktas , a Turkish club he has been playing with for a year and a half. The Serbian, local newspapers say, has had a very high fever for days. Very high fever reached 39.5. Besiktas now fearing the contagion of other players has decided to remove Ljajić from the rest of the team.
Adem Ljajić also has major throat problems and a very great exhaustion.
The career of Adem Ljajić
Born in Novi Pazar in 1991, Adem Ljajić started his career with the youth team right in his hometown before moving on to Partizan. With Partizan the Serbian midfielder played thirty-eight games scoring nine goals.
Then the move to Italy. The move to Fiorentina for a figure of around six and a half million euros. We are in 2010. Fiorentina will remain until 2013 playing 78 games and scoring 15 goals. From Florence the transfer to Rome for around 11 million euros.
In Rome the Serbian played sixty games scoring 14 goals. Then in recent years the transfers first to Inter, then to Turin and then the experience in Turkey with Besiktas. Fever permitting.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano