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Tuesday, 11 July, 2000, 15:08 GMT
Kezman's a PSV man
Mateja Kezman
Mateja Kezman after seeing red at Euro 2000
Yugoslav forward Mateja Kezman has signed a multi-million contract with PSV Eindhoven, according to reports from his former club Partizan Belgrade.

The transfer sum for the five-year contract was not released, but Belgrade newspapers claim it is in the region of 13m.

Kezman, 21, is considered among the most talented Yugoslav forwards who have played domestically.

He played for the national team at the Euro 2000, coming on as a substitute in the first two games against Slovenia and Norway.

In the second of those matches, against the Norwegians, he was red-carded within a minute of coming onto the pitch in the closing stages.

Yugoslavia reached the Euro 2000 quarter-finals, before losing 6-1 to the co-hosts the Netherlands.

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