Dusan Basta is a Serbian professional football player who plays for Italian Serie A club Udinese. He often plays as a right fullback. The first football step Basta made was when he was eight-in local football club PKB from Padinska Skela. First professional contract he signed with 17 years, when he together with few teammates from youth team came in first team. For first team he debuted on his 18th birthday, August 2002 in defeat 1-0 from Sutjeska in Niksic, Montenegro. In July 2008 he moved from Red Star Belgrade to Udinese. After this Basta moved to Lecce on loan from Red Star Belgrade. After returning to Udinese in summer 2009, he became the starting right wingback soon after the season started instead of his usual midfield position. He made his debut on 23 September 2009 against A.C. Milan. On 6 November 2011, Basta scored the first goal in a 2–1 victory against Siena. Basta debuted for his country against Spain on March 31, 2005.
Arsenal interested in Udinese right-back Dusan Basta as Sagna replacement
According to reports from TalkSport, Arsenal have revived their interest in Udinese’s right-back Dusan Basta as Bacary Sagna’s future remains in doubt. Sagna hasn’t signed a new deal at the club yet and his current contract runs out next summer, meaning Arsene Wenger could have no choice but to look around for a replacement. The [...]The post Wins More Tackles Than Sagna: Arsenal Interested In Menacing Full-Back appeared first on Squawka News.
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