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INTER, Branca; "New meeting for Silvestre. Forlan about to leave"

04.07.2012 01.00 by Marco Gori  read 2952
Source: www.gazzetta.it
© foto di Giuseppe Celeste/Image Sport

Inter Milan Technical Director Marco Branca has declared: "Julio Cesar? He will remain with us, ask hin what his intentions are. We have met with Palermo but there is no agreement for Silvestre. They are anyway available to begotiate, we will meet again. We are about to solve Forlan's situation. Maicon? Nothing new, as well as for Ranocchia".

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