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Daminuta and Bozovic hoping to leave in the summer


Unhappy with their current status, Dinamo’s Cristian Daminuta and Rapid’s Vladimir Bozovic asked their agents to start looking for interested teams. Daminuta, who came on loan from Inter’s Primavera, featured only a couple of minutes so far and is anger that even now, when several regular defenders are missing, he’s not being offered the chance to impress and convince the club to activate the buying clause and make the deal permanent. Bozovic, on the other hand, is frustrated at losing his place in the starting eleven, after the arrival of Diego Ciz, who played regularly at left back, locking the Montenegro left wing back out of the team. In the summer, Bozovic will enter the final year of his deal with the Bucharest side.

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  1. PMC
    April 1, 2010 at 2:35 am

    Daminuta might be used in the next round though so there might be a happy end afterall

  2. April 1, 2010 at 3:56 am

    You could be right, but I believe that he’ll move on in the summer anyway. Let’s face it, he’s at the moment the club’s sixth choice as centre-back after Dragos Grigore, Moti, Goian, the improvised Scarlatache and the Czech Zivny. I wouldn’t stay ;-)

  3. PMC
    April 1, 2010 at 4:11 pm

    And where would he go to? He definately screwed up with Timisoara when he posed with that Dinamo scarf infront of the Timisoara mall and Inter doesn’t seem keen on keeping him which is a bad sign to me. He lives off the fact that he’s the youngest player ever to debut in Liga1 and being signed by inter’s youth section but didn’t do anything ever since. He would probably disappear from the radar if he can’t convince at Dinamo where the CB situation is absolutely critical. I mean he doesn’t even get called up for the U-21.

    • April 1, 2010 at 4:14 pm

      I agree with your reasoning, but the fact is that he’s Inter’s player, Dinamo will have to pay 500.000 EUR to keep him and I doubt that he can impress that much until the end of the season. He definitely has a big problem, but it’s down to the complete lack of advice from his agent, Victor Becali, who allowed all those stupid statements made since his return to Romania…

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