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GENOA agree CRISCITO comeback: Inter Milan defeated

12.04.2018 14.17 by Claudio Colla  read 1342
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Despite having pursued by Inter Milan for a long-time, former Italian international defensive all-rounder Domenico Criscito (31), according to Il Secolo XIX, has full-on agreed on joining Genoa back, on a 5-year deal. The player, leaving Zenit Saint Petersbourg after 7 seasons in a row, has been moreover granted a future in the club, most likely as a development area trainer, or even as an executive.

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