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MANCHESTER CITY ready to pay As Monaco the whole FABINHO clause

12.10.2017 11.09 by Claudio Colla  read 1646
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After having purchased Bernardo Silva from AS Monaco, as well as the now long-term injured Benjamin Mendy, Manchester City management are ready to give a try for Brazilian international right-back/defensive midfielder Fabinho. Premier League giants, according to ESPN, are planning to pay French giants the whole 70 million euros exit clause set on him, possibly even next January. Currently on a deal with Ligue 1 reigning champions until June 2021, Fabinho, turning 24 next October 23, is tracked by Manchester United, PSG, and Juventus, as well.

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