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AS ROMA turn down Juventus on STROOTMAN

10.08.2017 17.06 by Claudio Colla  read 843
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After having left Miralem Pjanic join Juventus last summer, but turned Bianconeri down on both Radja Nainggolan and Kostas Manolas, AS Roma management rejected Serie A reigning champions entrance proposal aimed to get Dutch international midfielder Kevin Strootman (27) signed. Coming from a noteworthy seasonal performance, following two ones hindranced by injuries, former PSV player agreed with Giallorossi on a new long-term contract, lasting until June 2022, just last May, and is considered not for sale. Nonetheless, Juventus are supposed to try again signing him.

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