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GERMANY/ HAMBURG, Hakan Calhanoglu: "I'd be happy to play for Galatasaray"

24.09.2013 16.15 by Claudio Colla  read 1333
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Asked by Futbol Extra about his own future, Turkish international offensive midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu (19), currently on a deal with Hamburg until June 2016 and just become a new testimonial for Adidas, stated: "All my family have always supported Galatasaray, and they were my beloved too when I was a kid. Besides, Fatih Terim is a great football teacher. I'd sure be happy to play for Gala, side by side with professionals like Selcuk Inan".

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