Zdravko Kuzmanovic is a young Switzerland-born Serbian international football player who currently features for the Italian Serie A club Inter Milan. He plays as a central midfielder and is rated as a very promising player.
Kuzmanovic commenced his professional club football career at Swiss giants FC Basel in 2005 and played for them for two years, scoring 4 goals in 34 impressive league matches.
Kuzmanovic was signed by Fiorentina on January 30,2007 and made his debut in the Italian Serie A for the Viola against Torino on March 4, 2007 and almost immediately secured his place in the starting line-up.
He went on to play instrumental roles for them in the Serie A and the UEFA Cup, scoring three goals in 70 league matches before joining Bundesliga outfit Stuttgart in 2009.
Kuzmanovic joined Stuttgart on a four-year contract on transfer deadline day in the summer of 2009 and started to impress rightaway. After scoring 17 goals in 96 Bundesliga matches in the following three and a half years, the Serbian joined Inter Milan in January 2013 for an undisclosed fee.
Kuzmanovic made his international debut for Serbia against Kazakhstan in March 2007 and has gone onto feature in more than 45 international matches for his nation, scoring six goals in the process.
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