Both the player and Barca coach Tata Martino have announced the transfer, but Dinamo are still to make an announcement, says Marca.
As the first Barça signing of the post-Neymar era, club president Josep Maria Bartomeu will be keen to nip any suspicions surrounding the deal in the bud. Indeed, the Croatian starlet has yet to pull on a Barça shirt and already conflicting reports are doing the rounds concerning the true cost of the move.
Some sources claim that the Catalan giants will initially pay 3 million to secure the playmaking prodigy, but that the fee could rise to up to 10 million - a huge outlay for such a young player, particularly one who will be stationed in the club's B-team next season.
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