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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Chelsea trying to exploit AS Roma-NAINGGOLAN crisis

08.01.2018 00.06 by Claudio Colla  read 8771
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Not called up for Serie A latest match against Atalanta, due to the behaviour, deemed inappropriate, he displayed through social media at New Year's Eve, Belgian international midfielder Radja Nainggolan (29), according to latest rumours collected through TMW sources of ours, is again a main target for Chelsea. Blues top brass are in fact planning to try exploiting the player's critical moment at AS Roma, and talk him into even leaving in January, and join Stamford Bridge. Giallorossi aren't however starting talk tables, unless an at least 50 million euros bid is submitted.

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