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FRANCE/ O.L., Cissokho willing to leave

04.07.2012 11.15 by Claudio Colla  read 1911
Source: Maxifoot.fr
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Still on a deal with Olympique Lyon until June 2014, French left backwing and winger Aly Cissokho (24) declared to have entrusted a law firm in order to get to be released on a full basis by Les Gones. Both Napoli and Newcastle are willing to sign him, but none of them are available to pay the 10 million euros requested by French club chairman, Jean-Michel Aulas.

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