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GERMANY/ BAYERN MUNICH, Maxi-offer for Marchisio

07.07.2012 13.30 by Claudio Colla  read 5527
Source: Tuttosport
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Recently ranked at the second place at Euro 2012 with Italian NT, well-rounded midfielder Claudio Marchisio (26) has been the item of an offer coming from Bayern Munich management, who declared themselves available to pay Juventus 30 million euros for his ownership. Bianconeri, which Marchisio (who Manchester United are keen on as well) is currently on a deal with until June 2016, are however really unlikely to take into account any proposal for him.


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