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SPAIN/ EXCLUSIVE, Malaga's Sport director: "Isco away only for the buy-out clause"

08.10.2012 16.44 by TM W  read 1366
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"Isco? He is our player, so important for the club. He is not for sale". To TMW, the sport director of Malaga, Mario Husillos has spoken about the player.

Juve and Manchester City? "For us I can say that he is not for sale, we want to hold him. But...".

But? "You all know that there is a buy-out clause. If a club will pay it...It would not depend anymore on us ".

So he can leave only for 21 millions. "Exactly, but we would like to hold him here with us".

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