In February 2022, the New England Revolution lost their star goalkeeper to a European giant, with Matt Turner joining Arsenal.
Just over a year on, the Revs could soon find themselves in a similar position. That's because Turner's replacement has rapidly caught the eye of Europe's biggest clubs, meaning it's only a matter of time before he moves on too.
Manchester United and Liverpool are the two most notable teams linked with Djordje Petrovic, the Revs' No.1 with No.99 on his shirt. The 23-year-old has become a legitimate star in New England, earning a nomination for MLS Goalkeeper of the Year despite only taking over as starter in May.
A big move seems inevitable for Petrovic. And, when that big move does come, there's belief that Petrovic won't just head to Europe to make up the numbers, but rather to start for a club at the highest level of the game.
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"When two great teams like that are interested in you, that's great," Petrovic tells GOAL, "but I'm not paying too much attention to it because I'm happy here with the New England Revolution and I'm happy with my improvement and the way I work with the team from week to week.
"When the right time comes [to think about a transfer], then we'll see."
Below, GOAL explains precisely why some of the biggest clubs in world football are following Petrovic's progress...