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Arsenal Join Chase For Croatian As Roma Bid Turned Down

English Premier League side Arsenal are the latest to join the chase for Dinamo Zagreb’s Croatian U-19 international defender Tin Jedvaj.

British daily The Sun have reported that Arsene Wenger is lining up a £6million bid for Jedvaj, after Dinamo Zagreb turned down a £5m  bid earlier in the week from Italian club Roma. There are big wraps on the tall defender who is already in Croatia coach Igor Stimac’s plans. Jedvaj joined the Croatian squad as they prepared ahead of their recent clash with Scotland.

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