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Napoli To Sign Teenage Croatian International

Italian Serie A club Napoli are expected to complete the signing of Hajduk Split’s teenage Croatian international Josip Radosevic for €3M on Thursday, according to reports in the Croatian media.

Radosevic (18), who made his debut for Croatia against Belgium in a recent World Cup qualifier, is predicted to join Napoli in the summer, completing the rest of the season with Hajduk Split in the Croatian first division.

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