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AC MILAN, Pazzini: "Napoli wanted me last Summer"

05.03.2013 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 2830
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Interviewed by Italia Due, AC Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini has declared: "What has happened to me in the last two years? You can move the numbers in many ways. Last year at Inter I had a negative season, but I had scored many goals at the beginning. Before the two goals scored in the last game they didn't talk a lot about me, even if I had already scored 10 goals. I have found my balance, I want to continue this way for both my team and I. Leaving Inter? What happened then has changed my opinion on certain people. After what I have been through, an important club arrived, the one who has one most titles in the whole world, I have found a great ambiance that has helped me a lot. Juventus and Napoli? I am in good terms with Marotta, but there has never been a direct contact. Napoli have been tracking me both last summer and in the past. The arrival of Balotelli? I met him in the national team, there are a lot of rumours around him, but he is basically a calm guy".

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