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BAYER LEVERKUSEN - Suitors for Jonathan TAH increasing

06.12.2017 15.12 by Claudio Colla  read 5597
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Playing for Bayer Leverkusen since summer 2015, German international centre-back Jonathan Tah (21), according to latest rumours, is becoming more and more of a market target for an increasing number of clubs: Barcelona FC, AC Milan, Olympique Marseille, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool. Former Hamburg player, approached by AS Roma before, is currently on a deal with Bundesliga side until June 2020.

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