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ITALY/ NAPOLI, Maicon on target

29.06.2012 14.15 by Claudio Colla  read 2672
Source: Il Mattino
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Already tracked by Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Anzhi Makhachkala and Paris Saint-Germain, Brazilian international right backwing Maicon (30), who's likely to leave Inter on a full basis, has been targeted by Napoli as well, whose management are planning to get him from Neroazzurri at a reasonable price.

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