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EINTRACHT, Grillo: "Jung to Roma? Only on permanent deal"

21.09.2012 06.30 by Marco Gori  read 1323
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Interviewed by Itasportpress.it, Eintracht Frankfurt agent Mino Grillo has declared about 22 year old right back Sebastian Jung: "There not many good young full backs around, and Jung has been playing at high levels for a long time. Many cluns are observing him, in Italy and in the rest of Europe. Eintracht are working to extend his contract, actually expiring in 2014. Roma? There interested was concrete, but they wanted to sign him on loan with right to buy. If Eintracht will yield him it will be only on a definitive transfer".


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