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OFFICIAL - Napoli sign GHOULAM on new deal. In-your-face tweet to announce it

05.12.2017 13.47 by Claudio Colla  read 1228

Playing for Napoli since 2013/14 second half, Algerian international left-back Faouzi Ghoulam (26), after a very long negotiation, had his deal with Italian giants officially extended, until June 2022. The deal renewal was announced through a photo, portraying both the player and Napoli owner, Aurelio De Laurentiis, smiling, while the Italian tweet is saying: "About 'freezed talks on deal extension', we renewed until June 2022...", addressed to media reporting troubles in agreeing terms (which, by the way, actually took place) for a long time. 





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