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JUVENTUS challenge Napoli and United on ALEX GRIMALDO

03.12.2017 16.22 by Claudio Colla  read 1333
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According to Italian paper Il Mattino, Juventus management are ready to challenge both Napoli on Manchester United on pursuing Spanish left-back/wingback Alex Grimaldo (22). Currently on a deal with Benfica until June 2021, a 60 million euros exit clause is set on him, but an agreement might be achieved around 40. Barcelona FC, homegrooming club of his, will get a share of a signover of his.

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