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Jose Mourinho scouts Serbian international Mijat Gacinovic

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Eintracht Frankfurt’s Mijat Gacinovic is interesting Jose Mourinho

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Mijat Gacinovic
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Transfer rumour time: Jose Mourinho travelled to watch Mijat Gacinovic as Serbia lost 3-2 to Austria. The winger plays for Eintracht Frankfurt, and at 22 has become one of the brightest prospects in the game in Germany. Bayern Munich are also interested, and there could be transfer moves afoot. There had been speculation that Dusan Tadic was one of his possible targets, but he doesn’t seem at all like a standard target for Mourinho, given his intermittent form and relative lack of defensive discipline.

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