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GERMANY/ BORUSSIA DORTMUND, Steps forward towards Dzeko

11.02.2013 11.00 by Claudio Colla  read 1920
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According to latest rumours, Borussia Dortmund management are getting more and more likely to sign Bosnian international striker Edin Dzeko (27), since Manchester City have approved his transfer to German giants for next June. Former Wolfsburg star is currently on a deal with Citizens until June 2015, and his ownership is esteemed around 22 million euros.

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