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Sammir Signs for Spanish Club

Sammir Dinamo Zagreb have sold their Brazilian-born Croatian passport holder Jorge Sammir Cruz Campos to Spanish first division club Getafe…

Sammir, who was told back in November 2013 that he would never play for Dinamo Zagreb again after falling out with management,  announced the move on his Facebook page.

“Dear friends, I wanted to be the first to let you know that I have become a new player for Getafe in Madrid and from the summer I will continue my career in Spain,” said Sammir, who has 4 Croatian caps under his belt.

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