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AS MONACO, Vasilyev: "Some of our best players might leave in January"

16.12.2016 15.05 by Claudio Colla  read 810
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Asked about forthcoming winter window, AS Monaco vice-president, Vadim Vasilyev, stated: "We are living a great moment because of our three year-long hard work. We don't want to lose anyone in January, but we are aware keeping all your best players, when there are such clubs as Real Madrid and Barcelona FC tracking them, is not possible sometimes. That's why some of them might leave in winter".

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