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Juventus Join Race For Croatian Teen With €600,000 bid

Italian giants Juventus have made a €600,000 bid for Croatian U-17 international Marko Dabro (15), reports Italian portal gianlucadimarzio.com.

The talented young striker, who is currently with Croatian side Cibalia, has been a target for English sides Chelsea and Liverpool already this season. Unless Juventus up the ante they may struggle to sign the Croatian teenager, Cibalia have put a €2M price tag on him.

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