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FIORENTINA - no renewal meeting planned for Chiesa

29.01.2019 10.40 by Chiara Biondini  read 400

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the father and agent of Fiorentina'striker Federico Chiesa, expected further deal  recognition that it is not coming. The striker renewed in 2017 his deal until 2022, and no meeting is planned with ACF Fiorentina. Federico is so appreciated for his excellent results of this season, and if there is no recognition, he could leave in the summer. 

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