Parma is looking to loan Stefan Ristovski once again, with Serie B outfits Ternana, Latina and Modena showing the most interest in adding the Macedonian youngster.
Stefan Ristovski returned to Parma this summer after his loan deal expired with Bari. Bari had two talented right-backs on its roster last season in Stefano Sabelli and Stefan Ristovski, but the club chose Sabelli to be its future RB. Thus, Bari decided not to purchase Ristovski outright, and he returned to parent club Parma. Ristovski made a total of 18 league appearances for Bari.
Parma, according to reports, has once again decided to offer Ristovski on loan to other teams for the 2013-14 season. Three Serie B clubs have been rumored to be interested in Stefan, those being Ternana, Modena and newly promoted side Latina. Parma is expected to decide where to award Ristovski on loan this week. Regular playing time will be one of the key determinants in the choice by Parma.
Thus far, Parma has loaned Ristovski to Crotone, Frosinone and Bari over the past two seasons. Now, another loan will follow for Stefan to gain added experience.
Ristovski is normally a right-back who can also play on the left side as well. As a matter of fact, Stefan started at left-back for the Macedonian national team in the World Cup qualifier against Belgium on 26 March. Ristovski, 21, is both a member of the senior national team along with the U21 national team.