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Rebic makes Fiorentina move

Fiorentina have signed Croatian forward Ante Rebic from RNK Split on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

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Ante Rebic: Signs for Fiorentina

Ante Rebic: Signs for Fiorentina

The 19-year-old Croatia cap scored 10 goals in 29 league appearances as the Split outfit finished fifth in the 2012-13 Prva HNL season.

A statement published on Fiorentina's official website read: "Fiorentina announces it has acquired the rights to Ante Rebic on a five-year contract.

"The Croatian player has already made one appearance and scored once for his country's national team."

The Tuscan club posted a video chronicling Rebic's induction at the Stadio Artemio Franchi where he underwent a medical before signing his contract alongside general manager Sandro Mencucci.

He told Calcio Mercato: "I'm not scared of this new adventure, even if I know what kind of competition I am going up against."

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