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JUVENTUS, Marotta: "We are not keen on Drogba. Borriello? We'll see"

25.05.2012 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 4174
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Interviewed by Radio Radio, Juventus General Manager Giuseppe Marotta has declared: "Drogba? In this period there are rumours about famous names, but I can say that he is not part of our plans, he is not a priority. Cavani would be perfect for us but Napoli want to keep him. Borriello? To sign him on permanent deal Roma ask 8 millions, we will think about it, we have many things to evaluate. Giovinco? He has grown a lot, soon we will meet with Parma to solve the situation".

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