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NANTES might anticipate SIGHTORSSON's return from Galatasaray

27.12.2016 22.51 by Claudio Colla  read 348
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Loaned to Galatasaray last August 30, but unable to even debut for Turkish giants, due to a left knee medial meniscus injury, Icelandic international striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson (26) might be called back to Nantes, also due to new manager Sergio Conceicao's will. Istanbul side might agree, since, if giving the player up, they'd save the 350 thousand euros set for the player's salary.

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