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JUVENTUS, Marotta: "We want no stars. Destro? We are interested, but.."

22.06.2012 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 2872
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As reported by Sky Sport, Juventus General Manager Giuseppe Marotta has declared: "Mattia Destro is a player that we admire and we are observing his situation, but we have nothing to do with what happened between Genoa and Siena. Stars? We are not seeking stars, but players that are suitable for our group and can make the difference now and in the future. Is Destro this kind of player? Yes. The departures? Melo is tracked by Turkish clubs, for Elia we are still in talks".

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