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ENGLAND/ ARSENAL, Plan for Adrian Lopez

18.10.2012 22.00 by Claudio Colla  read 3280
Source: Fichajes.com
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Tracked by Arsenal management among several forwards and strikers, Spanish international Adrian Lopez (24) might become the chosen one for next winter transfer market session. According to latest rumours reported in Spanish media, Gunners management Arsene Wenger is weighing up the chance to pay Atletico Madrid the 18 million euros set on the releasing clause. Adrian Lopez is currently on a deal with Colchoneros until June 2015.

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