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INTER, Forlan's agent: "He is not even thinking about AC Milan"

01.07.2012 07.00 by Marco Gori  read 2274
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Interviewed by Tuttomercatoweb.com, Daniel Bolotnicoff, agent of Inter Milan striker Diego Forlan, has declared: "AC Milan is not an option for my client's future, it's something that you can't even think about it. Moving to Turkey? Not for the moment, We'll see in the nexy days what will happen for Diego".

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