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BRAZIL/ FLAMENGO, Still working for Diego

07.07.2012 13.29 by Claudio Colla  read 1698
Source: AS
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Despite the negotiations seeming to be off, Flamengo, as referred by their management, are still working on trying to sign Brazilian offensive midfielder Diego Ribas da Cunha (27), who's gonna play his chances for being called with his NT for Brazil World Cup 2014. The player has had to leave Atletico Madrid and join back Wolfsburg, which is currently on a deal with until June 2014.

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