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WOLFSBURG, Mandzukic's agent: "Still too early to talk about his future"

22.06.2012 08.30 by Marco Gori  read 2122
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Interviewed by Tuttomercatoweb.com, Ivan Cvjetkovic, agent of Wolfsburg striker Mario Mandzukic, has declared: "It's too early to talk about his future, first I have to evaluate the situation with Mario. He still has two years on his contract, although he is ready for a new adventure. There are many rumours around him, and after doing well at the European championship he has many options. Next monday I will talk about it with the club. Juventus? Hopefully, he is their fan and we are talking about a great club, but it's too early to say where he will go".

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