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SWANSEA CITY say no to Valencia inquiries on BORJA BASTON

18.12.2016 22.31 by Claudio Colla  read 360
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Chasing safety from relegation to Football Championship, Swansea City, according to latest news reported in UK media, stopped talks regarding any possible winter departure chance for Spanish striker Borja Bastón (24). Former Eibar player, purchased last summer from Atletico Madrid, on an 18 million euros expense, is tracked by Valencia, which had already got in touch with Welsh side management.

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