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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Four Italian clubs keen on Forestieri

02.08.2012 15.45 by Claudio Colla  read 1583
Source: Raffaella Bon for TMW
© foto di Luigi Gasia/TuttoNocerina.com

After having joined Udinese back, coming from his loan period at AS Bari, Italian-Argentinian forward Fernando Forestieri (22) has been targeted by Serie B sides Hellas Verona, Novara and Reggina, as well as Biancorossi. The player will probably be released on loan again.

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