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PORTUGAL/ BENFICA, First problems for Cardozo extension

04.10.2012 10.47 by TM W  read 691
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According to the Portuguese newspaper, O Jogo, the first offer of deal extension made by Benfica to the striker Oscar Cardozo, has not satisfied the player. Under contract until June 2014, Cardozo has already received better offers from the club of Manuel Rui Costa and other European clubs. Benfica surely will improve their offer.


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