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ITALY/ AC MILAN, Galliani working hard on signing Douglas Costa

18.08.2014 14.48 by Claudio Colla  read 2606
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While having partially given up on Alessio Cerci, and with Ezequeil Lavezzi being definitely far from joining, AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani, according to news reported in Italian media, is working hard on the chance to sign Brazilian half-forward Douglas Costa (23) from Shakhtar Donetsk. Ukrainian club, regardless of the unrealistic 50 million euros releasing clause set on him, want 25 for his ownership; Italian executive has already got in touch with them for planning a different negotiation, possibly putting one or more counterparts in.

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