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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Moussa Sissoko's agent: "We'd weigh up an offer from Italy"

29.12.2012 11.00 by Claudio Colla  read 3270
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Still likely to leave Toulouse on a full basis in January, while certainly not extending his own deal with them, lasting until June 2013, French international half-back Moussa Sissoko (23) is set to join a European top club. Interviewed in exclusive by TuttoMercatoWeb, Frederic Guerra, his agent, stated: "At the time there are no particular news, several Serie A sides are still keen on him. French club are willing to extend, but we are waiting to make our final decision about it. An offer coming from Italy would be carefully weighed up, but at the time we are not in touch with anyone. Premier League? At the time Moussa has no best choice, he's just focused on Toulouse".

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