Dejan Milojević had the opportunity to play for Partizan for two seasons during his career. He achieved great success with the team, winning two national championships from 2004 to 2006. Originally, he had planned to end his career with Partizan in 2009. However, due to an injury, he decided to retire earlier.
Milojević reveals that he had received a lucrative offer from Dynamo Moscow, almost double the amount he was receiving from Partizan. His agent, Miško Ražnatović, couldn’t understand why he would consider such an offer, as it was significantly lower. Milojević also received a better offer from Red Star Belgrade, in fact, 30% more. However, his strong desire to continue playing for Partizan, along with the presence of coach Duško Vujošević, made him choose to stay.
Moving to Partizan was a dream come true for Milojević. Despite receiving many other tempting offers, some even double the financial benefits, he insisted on playing for Partizan. He expressed to his manager that he wanted to be a part of the team. The two years he spent with Partizan were incredible. They won two championships and had a young, developing team. Milojević, at 27 years old, was arguably the oldest player on the team. Apart from one foreign player, Blake Stepp, the rest of the team comprised young talents such as Novica Veličković, Kosta Perović, and Luka Bogdanović.