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Torino agree €5.5m fee for Standard Liege’s Mergim Vojvoda

Torino are set to clinch a deal for Standard Liege right-back Mergim Vojvoda, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Vojvoda, 25, has also been targeted by Atalanta but they fell behind Torino in negotiations. Lazio also showed an interest.

The Kosovo international will join Torino for €5.5m plus bonuses, with the two clubs reaching an agreement on Monday.

Talks are so advanced that Vojvoda is expected in Turin tomorrow night to finalise his move.

Vojvoda’s arrival will take Torino’s summer spend to well over €15m, with president Urbano Cairo backing new boss Marco Giampaolo in the market.

The Granata have also struck deals for Karol Linetty (€9m from Sampdoria) and Ricardo Rodriguez (€3m from AC Milan).

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