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Jedvaj linked with move away

Tin Jedvaj's agent Zoran Ban says that Arsenal and Tottenham have contacted Dinamo Zagreb about the 17-year-old defender.

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Jedvaj has already been called up to train with the full Croatia national squad despite his inexperience and had been linked with a move to Serie A side Roma.

But, speaking to calciomercato.it, Ban insists that a deal for the teenage centre-back isn't close, saying: "At a certain point, Dinamo raised their demand whilst Roma wouldn't improve theirs.

"Meanwhile, clubs like Arsenal and Tottenham have called Dinamo and they are dealing with them.

"Would I say Roma are out of the game? In football you never know, anything can still happen."

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