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LAZIO, Immobile's agent: "Bids from China? The club don't want to let him go"

04.02.2019 22.48 by Claudio Colla  read 618
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Asked by Sky Sport 24 about offers coming from Chinese Super League, Alessandro Moggi, agent of Italian international striker Ciro Immobile (turning 29 on February 20), addressed to them stating: "The odds on his flight risk were really low. Lazio had no intention to sign Ciro over, and he, on his hand, is fine where he is. Besides, there's no wonder a player like him is tracked by many clubs all around the world. What if new bids are submitted? They would be returned to sender, that's for sure". Playing for Aquilotti since 2016/17, former Torino and Dortmund hitman is currently on a deal with Serie A side until June 2023.

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