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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Fiorentina about to try signing Pepito Rossi

05.12.2012 11.30 by Claudio Colla  read 1590
Source: Raffaella Bon for TMW
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According to latest rumours collected by TuttoMercatoWeb, Fiorentina management are attempting to sign Italian international forward Giuseppe Rossi (25) from Villarreal. Both Gonzalo Rodriguez and Borja Valero have already been transferred to Viola during next summer, and Italian club team manager Daniele Macia now is working on Pepito, who's a long-term injured player. Former Parma and Manchester United player is still on a deal with Spanish club until June 2016.

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