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USA/ L.A. GALAXY, Arshavin on target

31.03.2013 01.00 by Claudio Colla  read 7817
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According to what reported by Sport Express, Russian international forward Andrey Arshavin (31), willing to leave Arsenal as a free agent, has become a primary target for Los Angeles Galaxy, whose management are ready to submit the player an offer for joining them. Gunners are similarly available to let former Zenit Saint Petersbourg star leave without discussing any deal renewal chance.

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