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13.02.2017 16.18 by Claudio Colla  read 439
Source: The Sun
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After having turned down Arsenal last summer, and having been linked to Juventus, Napoli, and Barcelona FC being interested in him, French international left-back Djibril Sidibé (24), according to latest UK news, has become a main target for both Manchester City and Manchester United, respectively willing to replace Gaël Clichy and Luke Shaw by signing him. Malian-descented player, who joined AS Monaco last summer, coming from Lille (on a 15 million euros fee), is currently on a deal with Ligue 1 giants until June 2021.

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