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MALAGA challenge Depor on CAICEDO

18.11.2016 03.41 by Claudio Colla  read 973
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Seldom lined up under Quique Sanchez Flores at Espanyol, Ecuadorian international striker Felipe Caicedo (28), according to AS, has been targeted by Malaga management. Tracked by Trabzonspor during last summer, former Manchester City and Sporting Lisbon player, who had already been in Andalusian squad in 2009/10 second half, is an item of interest for Deportivo La Coruña as well.

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