Report: Manchester City losing patience with Dinamo Zagreb over Ante Coric deal

Croatia's Ante Coric shoots at goal

The teenage Croatian has been linked with plenty of big clubs this summer.

Croatia's Ante Coric shoots at goalCroatia's Ante Coric shoots at goal

Manchester City have reportedly lost patience with Dinamo Zagreb in the hunt to sign Ante Coric from the club.

The Daily Mail are reporting that Man City are looking into the signing of the talented midfielder but are growing impatient with the constant change of demands from his current club.

- Croatia's Ante Coric during public training- Croatia's Ante Coric during public training

Man City could therefore move on in their hunt for new talent.

Coric is a 19-year-old talent who has previously been on the books at Red Bull Salzburg in Austria.

He joined Dinamo in 2013 and made his debut in 2014. A twice-capped international for the Croatian senior team, Coric has been linked with a long list of big clubs across the continent but has so far decided to stay in the Croatian capital.

(From L-R) Croatia's Marko Pjaca, Ante Coric, Filip Bradaric and Domagoj Pavicic before the match(From L-R) Croatia's Marko Pjaca, Ante Coric, Filip Bradaric and Domagoj Pavicic before the match

It was reported earlier this month that City were leading the race to sign the player this summer – despite the likes of Liverpool and Spurs also showing an interest.

The Daily Mail reported that City were keen on a £6 million deal but that Dinamo were keen on a figure nearer £10 million.

It appears that the gap in price is set to end the interest.

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