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Asanovic Junior Signs With Dinamo Bucharest

He was one of the stars of Croatia’s amazing run at the World Cup in France in 1998 and forged an impressive career as a professional playing in England, Italy, Greece and France, and now Aljosa Asanovic’s son is starting to follow in his footsteps by signing with one of Romania’s most successful clubs Dinamo Bucharest.

Midfielder Antonio Asanovic, who was at Hajduk Split’s youth academy, has been playing already in Romania with Turnu Severin FC.

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