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Barcelona seal Halilovic deal

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Dinamo Zagreb star Alen Halilović has agreed terms with the Spanish team and will join them in summer. 

After rejecting offers from London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham, the attacking playmaker has finally signed for a top class club.

He would probably already be in London if the clubs haven't refused to pay school for his younger brother alongside him.

He was Dinamo's player of the match against their rivals Rijeka, scoring two goals in three minutes after Rijeka got up in front in the first half. Those were the only two goals he scored this season in 18 league matches for the Croatian club. 

According to Transfermarkt, he is currently valued 4 million euros, but Barcelona spent approximately 10 million euros to ensure his services. 

His Barcelona path won't be easy for sure. He will have to earn his place playing for Barcelona B, and only when he proves his quality, the young lad will be able to play among the big names. Even Messi had problems blending in and earning his place in the squad. Who knows? Maybe this promising footballer could become the 'new Messi'.


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