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AC MILAN - increasing contacts with Herrera's agent

08.02.2019 10.31 by Chiara Biondini  read 683
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Increase the contacts between Ac Milan officials and Gabriel Morales, agent of the Mexican midfielder expiring deal with Porto, Hector Herrera. The Italian club could exploit the calm around the player, with Inter and AS Roma, which are evaluating other market options, to give the decisive acceleration and close the deal ahead of the summer. (Corriere dello Sport).

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