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Argentine Goalie Rumoured To Be Heading To Dinamo Zagreb

Croatian football champions Dinamo Zagreb are set sign Argentine goalkeeper Pablo Alejandro Migliore, according to Argentina’s Ole.

Dinamo Zagreb recently stripped the captaincy from its current goalkeeper Ivan Keleva after they announced that they were in the market for another keeper. Migliore was reported in the Argentine media saying that he can not wait to join the Zagreb club.

1.91 metre tall Migliore (30) plays for San Lorenzo in the Argentine first division, who have apparently put a 1 million euro price tag on him.

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