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REAL MADRID, Mourinho: "Valdano? He didn't know who Khedira and Ozil were"

21.10.2012 08.30 by Marco Gori  read 2354
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Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has declared about former executive Jorge Valdano: "Nobody here knew who Khedira was; the persone in charge didn't know the player, I can assure you. We didm't know that his contract was about to expire and that we could have signed him for a low amount. And nobody knew that Ozil had some problems with Werder, so we paid him 15 million euros".

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