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Tottenham Agree Personal Terms With Croatian Alen Halilović in £12.8m Deal, Says Report: Daily Soccer Report

Alen Halilović Tottenham Agree Personal Terms With Croatian Alen Halilović in £12.8m Deal, Says Report: Daily Soccer Report

Croatian attacking midfielder Alen Halilović has agreed personal terms on a £12.8million move to Tottenham from Dinamo Zagreb, according to Croatian website Jutarnji List.

The Croatian website reports that 17-year-old Halilović agreed personal terms with Tottenham on Friday night. The website adds that if and when the “new Luka Modric” is signed, he’ll immediately return to Dinamo Zagreb on loan until he’s 18.

As part of the deal, his younger brother Dino Halilović may also join the club.

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