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AC MILAN & PSG, Verratti might be part of the Thiago-Ibra business

14.07.2012 17.29 by Claudio Colla  read 4014
Source: Il Giorno
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While negotiating on Brazilian international centre-back Thiago Silva (27) and Swedish international striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's (30) transfers to Paris Saint-Germain, French club and AC Milan might put Italian international midfielder Marco Verratti (19) into the agreement. The player is about to leave Pescara for joining PSG.

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