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JUVENTUS back for SIDIBE: AS Monaco set high fee request

06.12.2017 13.45 by Claudio Colla  read 1391
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While planning to sign veteran flankman Stephan Lichtsteiner over in January, Juventus management, according to latest Italian news, are back tracking French international right-back Djibril Sidibé (25). AS Monaco made themselves available to start talks on the player just if Bianconeri bring at least 50 million euros to the table, a sum Italian giants don't seem to be willing to invest on former Lille man, currently on a deal with Ligue 1 reigning champions until June 2022.

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