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ITALY/ LAZIO, Zarate might stay

13.11.2012 09.00 by Claudio Colla  read 1300
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Despite the troubles he's going through at Lazio and Genoa, Torino and Olympique Marseille being keen on him, Argentinian forward Mauro Matias Zarate (25) might in the end be willing to keep playing for Biancoazzurri until the end of current season, in order to try harder to cut off a position into Biancoazzurri starting eleven. Former Birmingham City and Inter player is currently on a deal with them until June 2014.

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