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BRAZIL/ BOTAFOGO, Steps forward for signing Seedorf

15.05.2012 10.39 by Claudio Colla  read 1986
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According to latest rumours, Botafogo might succeed in signing Dutch veteran offensive midfielder Clarence Seedorf (36), who will leave AC Milan as a free agent, after 10 seasons spent playing for Rossoneri. Seedorf is in fact about to accept a 3 million euros fee for two seasons offer, which would include the chance for him to fly to Italy frequently, in order to take care of his social and financial businesses.

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