alen halilovic : Halilović was a half-time substitute for Nacho Cases on 15 December in the national cup last-32 second leg and scored twice – one a penalty kick – to ensure a 3–3 home draw against Real Betis, who advanced 5–3 on aggregate. - debbiebissett.com

Halilović was a half-time substitute for Nacho Cases on 15 December in the national cup last-32 second leg and scored twice – one a penalty kick – to ensure a 3–3 home draw against Real Betis, who advanced 5–3 on aggregate.[18]

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On 2 April 2014, FIFA announced that Barcelona would be banned from buying players until summer 2015 after illegally signing underaged players, putting the move in doubt.[9] On 23 April 2014, FC Barcelona's transfer ban was suspended pending an appeal, allowing the transfer to go ahead for the time being.[10] On 2 May 2014, Halilović signed for Barcelona on a five-year contract for €2.2 million.[11]

On 19 July 2016, it was announced that Halilović would join Bundesliga side Hamburger SV for €5.5 million, with a buy-back clause for Barcelona worth €10 million.[19] Two days later the move was confirmed, with Halilović signing a four-year deal.[20] Halilović scored his first goal for the club on his debut in a DFB-Pokal cup match against FSV Zwickau on 22 August 2016. This was the only goal of the match and helped Hamburg to the next round.[21][22] He had to wait until 10 September to make his league debut, however, which was in the second league game of the season against Bayer Leverkusen.[23]

In January 2017, Halilović joined Las Palmas for 18 months in a loan deal, with an option for Las Palmas to buy him.[24]

In 2016, ahead of Euro 2016, Halilović was left out of the 23-man squad for the tournament, reportedly taking it personally.[39][40][41] He didn't make a single appearance for the national team until June 2019, when he played 30 minutes in a friendly against Tunisia.[42][43] Later that month, he captained Croatia at Under-21 Euro 2019. After a heavy 4–1 loss to Romania,[44] he was left on the bench for the remaining matches against France and England, as Croatia failed to qualify for the knockout stage.[45][46]

On 21 August 2015, he was loaned to fellow league team Sporting de Gijón, in a season-long deal.[14] On 29 August, Halilović made his La Liga debut, coming on as a second-half substitute for Carlos Carmona in a 0–0 away draw against Real Sociedad.[15] His first goal in the category came on 3 October, opening a 2–1 win away to RCD Espanyol,[16] and on 1 November he netted the only goal of a win against Málaga CF at El Molinón.[17]

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In the first game of the 2017/18 season for Las Palmas, playing against Valencia, Halilović received a straight red card for a tackle on José Gayá, in the 33rd minute.[25]

On 23 November 2020, Halilović joined EFL Championship club Birmingham City as a free agent; he signed until the end of the season.[31] After a lengthy wait for international clearance,[32] he made his Birmingham debut as a second-half substitute in a 1–0 win away to Bristol City on 5 December.[33] He scored his first goal for Birmingham on 27 February 2021 with "a superb left-footed curler from 20 yards (18 m)" to complete a 2–1 win over Queens Park Rangers.[34] In celebration, he took off his shirt to reveal a caricature depicting Serbian musician Đorđe Balašević, who had died eight days earlier.[35]

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His father, Sejad Halilović, is a Bosniak, while his mother Vanessa is a Croat. His father is a former Bosnian and Croatian international who also played for Dinamo Zagreb.[47] The entire family relocated to Spain when he was signed by FC Barcelona, with his two younger brothers, Dino and Damir, also being signed to play for one of the club's youth teams.[47] He is a supporter of Bosnian club FK Sarajevo.[48]

Halilović was eligible to play for Croatia or Bosnia and Herzegovina on international level, opting for the former and representing them at various youth levels. In March 2013, he was a member of Croatia U17 that qualified for the European Under-17 Championship in Slovakia.[36] On 10 June 2013, Halilović made his debut for the senior team against Portugal in a friendly match as a 50th-minute substitute for Ivan Strinić. At age 16, he became the youngest debutant in the history of Croatia.[37][38]

Following the abandonment of the Eredivisie on 24 April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Halilović returned to Milan. On 5 October, Milan announced they terminated his contract by mutual consent.[30]

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