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SEVILLA FC, Sampaoli: "No talks with Barça"

19.03.2017 22.49 by Claudio Colla  read 772
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Asked about rumours linking him to Barcelona FC, Argentinian 57-year old Jorge Sampaoli, Sevilla FC manager since last summer, stated: "I'm not looking forward to a renewal, I joined here on a 2-year deal. But Barcelona never got in touch with me. I feel useful here, and I feel I'm at ease, even beloved. Monchi? Of course I'd like him to stay. But him leaving would not be a deal-breaker. Because it's the team what counts most".

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