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TURKEY/ FENERBAHCE, Attempt for Milito

28.07.2012 19.59 by Claudio Colla  read 3055
Source: Objektifhaber.com
© foto di Giuseppe Celeste/Image Sport

Since Fenerbahçe head coach Aykut Kocaman isn't willing to grant Moussa Sow a season as a regular in 2012/13, Turkish club are ready to offer Argentinian international striker Diego Alberto Milito (33) a 2.8 million euros annual fee. The player, currently on a deal with Inter until June 2014, is however unlikely to leave Italian club.

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