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ITALY/ MILAN, Thinking about Sissoko

11.12.2012 12.15 by TM W  read 2075
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"In the winter market Ac Milan will be ready". Declared the chairman of Ac Milan, Silvio Berlusconi, after the injury of De Jong. Adriano Galliani is already seaching for a midfielder able to replace the Dutch player. In the market list there is Palombo, not so used in Sampdoria and Momo Sissoko, at the moment at PSG. The French midfielder has played only 3 times in the championship and he can came back to Italy and Balotelli dream continues.

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