Sasa Kalajdzic (born 7th of July, 1997) is a professional soccer player from Vienna in Austria. Kalajdžić spent the begging of his career in the Tipp3 Bundesliga, Regionalliga, and the Bundesliga 2 before breaking through on the big stage for VfB Stuttgart in the German Bundesliga. Kalajdžić is a big man, measuring 200cm tall. Despite his height and aerial presence, Kalajdžić is a technically gifted forward player, as he proved in 2020-21 for Stuttgart, scoring 16 league goals with a solid 5 assists in 33 appearances. Enough to place him 6th in the top scorer table.

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Kalajdzic was the runner up in the German Bundesliga 2 with VfB Suttgart in 2019-20.

Club Career

Sasa Kalajdzic started out his soccer in Austria Tipp3 Bundesliga and Regionalliga West, playing for Admira Wacker. Having scored 8 league goals in 15 games for Admira Wacker in 2018-19, Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart signed Kalajdzic before the 2019-20 season.

International Career

Kalajdzic made his debut for the Austrian national side on the 14th of October 2020 in the Nations League versus Romania at the Stadionul Ilie Oană – Ploiesti. He came on as a substitute in the 90th minute1. Kalajdzic has been quick off the mark and scored twice in Austria’s World Cup qualifier against Scotland in a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park in 20212.

Playing Style & Position

Despite his lanky frame and height, there is more to Kalajdzic’s game than just being a target man in the air. He is a technical player, relatively quick, and possesses great finishing ability. Being right-footed, his left foot isn’t much worse, making him a well-rounded center-forward.