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SPAIN/ VALENCIA, Feghouli declared again: "I want to stay here"

22.11.2012 15.59 by TM W  read 1258
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"I would like to continue here for several years", declared the midfielder of Valencia, Sofiane Feghouli (22) to Cadena Cope, moving away all the rumors about his farewell. The Algerian deal will expire in June 2014, but the footballer is not thinking about  a future far from Spain: "I think only to play, my agent takes care about the renewal. As already said, my will is to stay for long time at Valencia".

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