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NAPOLI, Vargas'agent: "He could have left but he decided to remain"

20.09.2012 13.45 by Marco Gori  read 988
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Interviewed by Radio Goal, Cristian Ogalde, agent of Napoli attacking midfielder Eduardo Vargas, has declared: "In talks with Torino for the next transfer window? Many clubs are interested in Vargas, but it was the player himself that decided to remain in Naples. I hope that tonight he will be able to score his first goal with Napoli's jersey. He knows that he is in an important club, and he is aware of the fact that he is not the first choice, but he wants to take his chances".

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