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STUTTGART - Big-time suitors for PAVARD increasing. Club set transfer fee

02.07.2018 13.42 by Claudio Colla  read 1623
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Capable of getting under spotlight first thanks to a couple thorough seasonal perfomances offered for Stuttgart, leading him to get named for World Cup, then for the pivotal goal scored against Argentina in Russia 2018 round-of-16 venture, French international centre-back Benjamin Pavard (22), whom German club purchased from Lille at the end of August 2016, is reportedly collecting a bunch of top clubs tracking him. According to Transfermarkt.de, the 1996-born is in fact an item of interest for giants from Premier League (Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham), Serie A (Napoli), Ligue 1 (PSG), and Bundesliga itself (Bayern Munich). Stuttgart reportedly set a 50 million euros transfer fee on him, 10 times the sum paid Les Dogues less than two years ago.

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