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ANDERLECHT - A returning Italian suitor for TEODORCZYK

05.12.2017 22.06 by Claudio Colla  read 1206
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Playing for Anderlecht since August 2016, and bought back by Belgian club, from previous owners Dynamo Kyiv, last summer, on a 4.5 million euros fee, Polish international forward Lukasz Teodorczyk (26), according to latest Italian news, has been targeted again by Torino, whose management are in search for a backup striker. The player, currently on a deal with Jupiler League reigning champions until June 2020, had been enquired about by several more clubs in the recent past, including Leicester City, West Ham, WBA, and Sevilla FC.

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