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INTER MILAN - 2 suitors for SANTON

05.01.2017 09.58 by Claudio Colla  read 852
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Possibly leaving Inter Milan again, after a very seesawing season first half, Italian full-back Davide Santon (26), has been targeted by both Sassuolo and Sampdoria, with the latter having alrady tracked him during last summer. Former Newcastle player is currently on a deal with Neroazzurri until June 2018, and, due to a partially unfit athletic shape, didn't pass medical tests for as much as 3 clubs during last summer: Sunderland, Napoli and West Ham.

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