Dinamo Zagreb never ceases to produce young and valuable talent. Nikola Moro is another Croatian wunderkind they sold for a hefty price.

Moro is 22-years-old and plays as a defensive midfielder. He came to “The Blues” as 11-year-old. Despite being from Split, the city of Dinamo’s arch-rivals Hajduk, he made his name in Zagreb. Now Dynamo Moscow paid €10 million for his services.

Dynamo Kyiv made an offer for him also, but the Moscow club gave better conditions for the player, and he decided to go to Moscow.

Moro was developed by the Croatian champions very patiently. His first minutes came in 2016 when he played against Lokomotiva Zagreb in the Croatian league.

In 2016/17 season he was a squad player, and made 15 league appearances, scoring 1 goal in the process. For the last 3 seasons, he was a starter. Last season he played 41 games and earned himself a transfer to Moscow.

Moro is yet to play for Croatia senior national team, but he featured in all youth setups from U14 to U21. He scored 13 goals in 63 games for youth teams of his homeland.

So, Dinamo continues to do what they do best. Just recently they sold Dani Olmo to RB Leipzig for €19 million plus bonuses. Leicester bought Filip Benković for €14 million, Borna Sosa and Ante Ćorić left for €6 million. Josip Brekalo, Marko Pjaca, Marko Rog, and Jozo Šimunović are just a couple of big names that came out of Dinamo in recent years.

Almost all of them made significant careers abroad, and now earn a lot of money playing in mostly Top 5 leagues. So, if Dinamo can make money on Croatian players, you can also. Many young players in the Balkans must cut their careers short between the ages of 14 and 18, because of a lack of funding. They need just a little extra push to get past these couple of years in which they play youth football.

Now, you can help, and have a benefit from that!


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