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PSG, Al Khelaifi: "Rummenigge sick cause of Ibra? He should call a doctor.."

27.09.2012 08.45 by Marco Gori  read 1762
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PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has declared: "Ibrahimovic's salary is making Rummenigge sick? Maybe he should see a doctior..We don't pay all our players so much, in January we didn't sign Tevez cause of his salary...But Zlatan is the best forward in the world, signing him has been very important for us. All the executives should respect their colleagues, and I can assure that we respect the rules".

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