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TOULOUSE, Sadran: "Sissoko must be grateful to us"

20.01.2013 10.57 by Marco Gori  read 2076
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Interviewed by Beln Sport, Toulouse president Olivier Sadran has declared about 23 year old midfielder Moussa Sissoko, whose contract will expire at the end of the season: "Moussa grew up in this club. He has some offers from Monaco and Marseille. I think that some English clubs are trying to take advantage of the situation. If he is not capable to realize thath he ows us something. There is also the possibility to extend and leave in June with an important bonus. Otherways we will have to reconsider our confidence in him. And when you are not confident in a player is difficult to have him play".


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