Luka Djordjevic, born on July 9, 1994, is the most extraordinary football talent in Montenegro in the last ten years. He grew up in FK Mogren, and then, at 18, as one of the most talented players in Europe, he became a member of the Russian club Zenit from Saint Petersburg in 2012.
After his arrival in the first season, he became the fans' favorite and, simultaneously, the youngest foreign player in the club's history. His football journey also took him to Twente in the Netherlands, Sampdoria in Italy, Ponferradina in Spain, Arsenal from Tula, Lokomotiv Moscow, Vejle in Denmark, and Sochi in Russia. An impressive career followed all this in the pioneer, cadet, youth, and young representatives of Montenegro, where he led his teammates with a ribbon on his arm, as well as in the A selection, where he still proudly holds the title of the youngest player to score for the national team.
Luka is married, and his wife Jovana and he are the parents of the beautiful Mateja and Aleksej.