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EXCLUSIVE TMW - PESCARA want LODI to join from Udinese

15.12.2016 22.02 by Claudio Colla  read 513
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Not getting playing chances at Udinese, Italian playmaking/attacking midfielder Francesco Lodi (32), repeatedly linked to a third-tier Catania Calcio comeback, has been targeted by Pescara as well, according through latest rumours collected through TMW sources of ours. Former Genoa player is currently on a deal with Zebrette until June 2018, and might be tempted by the chance to join Serie A side, though a struggling, and get on the pitch regularly again.

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