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ITALY/ AC MILAN, New chances for Lassana Diarra

03.08.2012 08.30 by Claudio Colla  read 3189
Source: Qsvs
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According to latest rumours, French international half-back Lassana Diarra (27) might be put into the negotiations which might bring Kakà back to AC Milan, being therefore signed by Italian club. The player is currently on a deal with Real Madrid until June 2013, and is tracked by Tottenham, Galatasaray and Spartak Moscow as well.

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