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MAN. CITY, Mancini: "Dzeko and Balotelli will remain"

30.06.2012 07.29 by Marco Gori  read 3348
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Interviewed by Sky Sport, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has declared: "Balotelli? He has incredible qialities, I think that the game against Germany has been very important for him. In Manchester the fans love him, he must understand that he has to use every single chance. There are no chances at all that he will leave, the club has invested a lot on him two years ago, he is not for sale. Dzeko to Juve? His departure is not in our plans, it's difficult that he will leave".

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