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EINTRACHT, Grillo: "Jung could move to Roma only on permanent deal"

20.07.2012 08.30 by Marco Gori  read 2096
Source: itasportpress.it
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Interviewed by Itasportpress.it, Eintracht Frankfur agent Mino Grillo has declared about the possibility for 22 year old wingback Sebastian Jung to join AS Rome: "The negotiation is on stand-by. I haven't talked with Sabatini since last week but Roma interest is concrete. In the mid-time Eintracht have refused the offer made by Newcastle, while there are still possibilities for Leverkusen and Werder. Roma want to obtain the player on loan with right to buy, but Eintracht could yield him only on permanent deal".

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