Crystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic has joined Unique Sports Group.
The Serbian midfielder, 31, has been at Crystal Palace since 2017 after moving to the Premier League from Olympiacos.
Luka started his career with Radnički Kragujevac, playing five times before moving to Serbian SuperLiga side FK Rad in 2008. He spent four seasons with Rad before catching the eye of Red Star Belgrade.
In two seasons with Red Star, Luka made 47 appearances, scoring seven goals and lifting the Serbian Cup in the 2011/12 season.
A move to Anderlecht followed in 2017, with Milivojevic playing 25 times and winning the Belgian Pro League and the Belgian Super Cup.
He was then signed for Crystal Palace under the guidance of Roy Hodgson and to-date has made 175 appearances, scoring 28 times. In the 2018/19 season, Luka scored 12 goals in 38 league matches, thanks in large part to his reputation as a set-piece specialist.
Milivojevic announced his retirement from international football in 2019, having represented Serbia on 38 occasions, scoring one goal.
Everybody at Unique Sports Group welcomes Luka and looks forward to working together in the years ahead.