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VILLARREAL - Cheryshev might be traded to DEPOR

13.12.2016 16.13 by Claudio Colla  read 873

Having a hard time getting minutes on the pitch during current season, Russian attacking midfielder/winger Denis Cheryshev (turning 26 next December 26), according to Spanish media, is getting more and more likely to get transferred to Deportivo La Coruña in January. Former Real Madrid, Valencia and FC Seville player is currently on a deal with El Submarino Amarillo until June 2021.

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