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ENGLAND/ LIVERPOOL, Aquilani's agent: "The new coach will chose his destiny"

19.06.2012 12.54 by Transfer Market Web  read 1425
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"Aquilani has a deal with Liverpool for other two years. I was there last week. Within few days we will know the club's intentions. The boy would be happy to come back to Liverpool, but only if he can have the right possibilities. If Ac Milan wanted to redeem it, they should have done before. " These the words of Franco Zavaglia, the agent of the midfielder Alberto Aquilani to  Radio Manà Manà Sport.

"Aquilani wants only to play and to show his worth. He has been unlucky during his career and the ankle injury, occurred 3 years ago was not handled well".

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