The Norwegian international has been asked if he is ready to accept the “lazy” Norwegian language, and he says he is.
The Serbian international was asked about his desire to integrate the Serbian language into the national team.
He said: “I’m very comfortable with the Serbian.
He added: “There are some things that are easier in Serbian, and there are things that I think are difficult.””
I think I’m the best player in Serbia, I don’t have any problem with the language, I’m not really bothered by the language.”
He added: “There are some things that are easier in Serbian, and there are things that I think are difficult.”
It’s very complicated.
It’s like a language, but the way you speak it and the way the way a word is used, it’s a language.
“I think we’ll find a solution and we’ll work with it, he said.
The striker also said he is aware that there is no “easy way” to integrate his team’s national language into international football, despite the fact that Serbian is the most spoken language in Serbia.
He added that he is confident that the national squad will integrate Serbian into the game.”
I don’t think that it will be difficult,” he said of the language.”
As long as it is used correctly and the Serbian players understand it, they will be able to do it.
“We are talking about a country with no language, he added.