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ITALY/ JUVENTUS, Lucio can leave in January

02.11.2012 08.48 by TM W  read 1851
Source: Gazzetta Dello Sport
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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Lucio, the Brazilian defender of Juventus, can quit bianconeri in January. Arrived at Juventus in the summer, after have won everything with Inter, the Brazilian has played only 3 times in this season. If he will not be used he can also be yielded in January: during next days there will be a meeting between Marotta and Paratici in order to know the real purpose of the former nerazzurro defender.

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