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Hajduk Split Set To Sign Ivory Coast U-17 International

Ivory Coast U-17 international Jean Kouassi has landed in Split with his manager on Monday afternoon, where he is expected to sign with Croatian first division side Hajduk Split.

The 18-year-old Moosou FC striker has reportedly been on the radar of French side Monaco, and is described as a gifted striker who can also play wide on the right.

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