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ITALY/ INTER, Pazzini willing to leave

09.07.2012 08.15 by Claudio Colla  read 2309
Source: fcinternews.it
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As surprisingly declared by the player himself during new squad introduction night at Pinzolo, Italian international striker Giampaolo Pazzini (27) is willing to leave Inter, due to the fact he doesn't feel included into the new technical plan. The player has been recently drawn towards Lokomotiv Moscow, Paris Saint-Germain, Lazio and his former club Sampdoria.

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