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TMW - 2 Serie A clubs keen on Hajduk Split backliner ISMAJLI

13.11.2019 19.05 by Claudio Colla  read 720
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According to latest TMW rumours, gathered firsthand from WyScout Forum in Amsterdam, both Atalanta and Bologna are after Albanian international centre-back Ardian Ismajli (23). Playing first-team football for Hajduk Split since 2016/17, the 1996-born backliner, trained by Edy Reja, who trained both clubs in the past (La Dea until three years ago, Felsinei back in the 90's), in the national team, is currently on a deal with Croatian club until June 2022, and might be signed away on an about 3.5 million euros transfer fee.

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