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Tottenham Hotspur agree Tin Jedvac, Alen Halilovic double deal?

Tottenham Hotspur reportedly agree a deal with Dinamo Zagreb to sign teenage duo Tin Jedvaj and Alen Halilovic for a fee that could rise to £15m.

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly close to completing a double transfer swoop for Dinamo Zagreb teenagers Tin Jedvaj and Alen Halilovic.

Both youngsters helped Dinamo qualify for the Champions League last season, with Halilovic earning positive reviews in an attacking midfield role.

Roma had a £6.5m offer rejected for the 17-year-old last week, but Spurs have reportedly matched Dinamo's asking price for the highly-rated midfielder.

Halilovic has been courted by a string of European clubs in the past 12 months, drawing early comparisons with compatriot and former Spurs playmaker Luka Modric.

According to Croatian newspaper Sportske Novosti, Spurs have also decided to sign central defender Jedvaj, with both players joining Andre Villas-Boas's side in a deal worth around £15m including performance related add-on clauses.

The deal will see Jedvaj stay with Dinamo until January, while Halilovic will also delay his arrival at White Hart Lane until next summer.

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