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NAPOLI - Sarri stops ROG's winter loan

12.12.2016 20.04 by Claudio Colla  read 406
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After having made him debut in Napoli senior team, Italian giants manager Maurizio Sarri, according to local paper Il Mattino, told the club brass not to loan Croatian international midfielder Marko Rog (21) out in January, since he wants to keep track of his steps forward in person. Several Italian and foreign clubs are however keen on the 1995-born, whom Napoli will buy back from Dinamo Zagreb next June, on a 13 million euros payment.

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