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AS ROMA director Monchi again starting talks with Leicester on MAHREZ

09.03.2018 18.32 by Claudio Colla  read 1688
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Likely to leave Leicester City next summer, after having turned down Manchester City in January at last, and having therefore drowned his terms with the club in troubled waters, Algerian international attacking midfielder Riyad Mahrez (27) is still a main target for AS Roma. To this end, according to Corriere dello Sport, Italian club director of football and main market strategist, Monchi, is again trying to deepen transfer talks with Foxes.

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