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8-Year-Old Croat Off To FC Barcelona

                                                                   (photo: sportski.net)

An 8-year-old Croatian kid has found himself on the radar of football giants FC Barcelona. David Radman (above), who is from Slavonia in eastern Croatia, will head of to the Catalan club’s Youth Academy after impressing scouts at a Barcelona youth camp held in Croatia last summer, reports daily Vecernji list.

Radman will head off to Barcelona with the rest of his family, and there are big things expected from the talent some say could be better than Luka Modric.

“He is better in some elements than guys twice his age,” the paper reported scouts as saying. Radman plays for FC Marsonia in Slavonski Brod.

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