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EXCLUSIVE TMW - 5 Serie A clubs keen on AS Roma loanee VERDE

16.03.2017 19.53 by Claudio Colla  read 676
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While AS Roma are weighing up whether to include him in their next plans or not, Italian Under-21 international winger/half-forward Daniele Verde (20), playing on loan for second-tier side Avellino, has been targeted by 5 Serie A clubs: Atalanta, Genoa, Inter Milan, Napoli, and Sassuolo. The forthcoming future of 1996-born player is yet to be written.

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