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BORDEAUX - Diego CONTENTO more and more likely to leave

26.12.2016 18.48 by Claudio Colla  read 541
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After two seasons and a half spent playing for Bordeaux, German-Italian left-back Diego Contento (26), according to French radio broadcast RMC, is getting more and more likely to leave. Former Bayern Munich player, currently on a deal with Girondins until June 2018, has already notified his entourage he'd like to join Serie A, for what would be the first time in his own career. Contento has been linked to several Italian side in the past, including Fiorentina, Genoa, Lazio, Napoli and AS Roma.

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