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FRANCE/ PSG, Suggestion for Coentrao

29.06.2012 09.30 by Claudio Colla  read 1526
Source: abola.pt
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After having offered a disappointing first season at Real Madrid, Portuguese international left backwing Fabio Coentrao (24) has been targeted by Paris Saint-Germain, since former French club striker Pauleta suggested team manager Leonardo to pursue him. Blancos are however unlikely to let him leave, due to the 30 million euros paid to Benfica for purchasing the player last summer.

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