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Ante Rebić off to Germany on Loan

CroatiaPromising Croatian international Ante Rebić (20), who was sent off in Croatia’s ill-fated loss to Mexico at the World Cup in Brazil, will spend this season playing second division football in Germany…

Rebić, who signed for Italian Serie A club Fiorentina last year, will go off Bundesliga second division side RB Leipzig on loan to as he tries to get more game time. The aggressive striker struggled to get an opportunity last season in Italy but quickly grabbed the attention of Leipzig after impressive performances in the short time he was on the pitch in Brazil. (pic: Drago Sopta / HNS)

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