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AC MILAN - Overall agreement with MUSACCHIO

20.04.2017 15.57 by Claudio Colla  read 767
Source: La Gazzetta dello Sport
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After having been close to sign him last summer, by having overcome AS Roma, AC Milan management, according to Italian news, are once again approaching Argentinian international centre-back Mateo Musacchio (26). While Villarreal request on him wasn't dropping from 25 million euros, now 18 might be enough in order to sign the player, equipped with an additional Italian passport.

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