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SEVILLA FC - A new Premier League suitor for N'ZONZI

04.12.2017 11.08 by Claudio Colla  read 1170
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Pursued by several clubs, especially Juventus, during last year and a half, French international defensive midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, according to Daily Mail, has now been targeted by Everton, on new boss Sam Allardyce's suggestion. Currently on a deal with Sevilla FC until June 2020, the request set on former Stoke City player, who's turning 29 next December 15, is set at 30 million euros.

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