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EXCLUSIVE TMW - West Ham inquiring Inter Milan about CANDREVA

01.07.2018 00.07 by Claudio Colla  read 1212
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According to latest rumours collected through TMW sources of ours, West Ham, in search for a new attacking midfielder/winger to replace long-term injured one Manuel Lanzini, have targeted Italian international Antonio Candreva (31). Possibly leaving Inter Milan after two seasons, former Lazio star is still an item of interest for AS Monaco as well.

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