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REAL MADRID, Dani CARVAJAL: "I dream of playing Premier League"

09.10.2018 19.19 by Claudio Colla  read 977
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Interviewed by Revista Libero, Real Madrid and Spanish NT right-back Dani Carvajal (26), still recovering from the calf injury occurred to him during last May's CL final game, stated: "I'd like to play Premier League. That's an experience I want to live, and I don't want for that dream to go to waste. Now that Cristiano isn't with us anymore, we ought to put more teamplay down. Modric should win Ballon d'Or. He's the very substance of football. It's not all about the goals...Iniesta deserved it too, it's a pity they didn't awarded him, eventually".

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