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SAMPDORIA, Torreira's agent: "We didn't extend, we want to leave"

28.12.2016 16.46 by Chiara Biondini  read 666

Pablo Betancour, agent of the midfielder of Samdoria, Lucas Torreira has spoken to LaRoma24.it about the future of the player. "As Roma? Until this moment there have been no contacts. I read only in the newspaper about the interest. He is only 20-years old and in a club who plays a good football he can do great things. If he'll leave in January? We didn't extend with Sampdoria and our target is to play in another club".

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