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ITALY/ AC MILAN, El Shaarawy's agent: "Inter and Barça wanted him"

04.03.2013 16.00 by Claudio Colla  read 1840
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Interviewed by Rai GR Parlamento, Roberto La Florio, agent of Italian international forward Stephan El Shaarawy (20), stated: "He was tracked by several top clubs, among which Inter, Barcelona FC and some English ones, while being owned by Genoa, but AC Milan management have been more clever and succeeded in signing". Il Piccolo Faraone (i.e. The Little Pharaoh) had his own deal with Rossoneri recently extended until June 2018.


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