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ITALY/ JUVENTUS, Steps forward for Lewandowski

06.06.2012 22.39 by Claudio Colla  read 3734
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Still searching for a scoring striker, Juventus management, according to latest rumours, are making new moves for signing Polish international Robert Lewandowski (23), who's been one of the main elements in Borussia Dortmund's double Bundesliga victory. Currently on a deal with German club until June 2014, the player, who's tracked by several Premier League and Liga clubs, might purchased on an about 14 million euros, if Borussia management are available to let him leave.

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