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JUVENTUS, Cobolli Gigli:"I buy one more time"

30.07.2008 09.31 by Redazione TMW  read 2652

Before the beginning of Tim Cup, Juventus' chairman, Giovanni Cobolli Gigli, has declared:"Until now the market is still ended, but could not say anything. From here to 31st August there could be important novelty, both about purchases and transfers".

Juventus, preferring Poulsen to Xabi Alonso, have earned 10 million euros. And there are still to end TIago and Almiron transfer. If then, despite declaration given by Ranieri yesterday, could leave even Trezeguet, Juventus could really buy great players: Stankovic and Huntelaar are the most probable name.

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