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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Juventus and Bologna dealing on Radakovic

16.08.2012 13.59 by Claudio Colla  read 3132
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After having joined Bologna from his loan period at Novi Sad, Serbian Under-18 international centre-back Uros Radakovic (18) has been targeted by Juventus management, whose management, according to latest rumours collected in exclusive by TuttoMercatoWeb, are dealing with Rossoblù in order to  sign him on co-ownership, similarly to what done with Saphir Taider.

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