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BARCELONA FC considering DE VRIJ as a replacement for Mascherano

06.12.2017 14.29 by Claudio Colla  read 1319
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While Javier Mascherano, as we reported before, asked Barcelona FC to sign him over as soon as possible, Catalunyan giants are weighing up the chance to try signing Dutch international centre-back Stefan De Vrij (25) in January, for having El Jefecito immediately replaced. The player, tracked by Inter Milan, Juventus, and Liverpool as well, has been for a long time in talks with Lazio on having his deal with them extended beyond June 2018: odds for a transfer of his might even get quite low, if a noteworthy sum is bidded.

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