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JUVENTUS, Estigarribia's agent: "He wants to remain"

02.06.2012 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 2901
Source: Tuttojuve.com
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Interviewed by Tuttojuve,com, Giuseppe Addamiano, agent of Deportivo Maldonado midfielder Marcelo Estigarribia, actually on loan with right to buy at Juventus, has declared: "His contract will expire on June 30th, so there is time. For the moment he is enjoying his vacations. His will is to remain, let'see what Juventus'plans are. I have already met General Manager Marotta, let'see what will happen".

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