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OFFICIAL - AJAX, Nicolas TAGLIAFICO staying put next season

03.05.2019 18.28 by Claudio Colla  read 704

Playing for Ajax since January 2018, Argentinian international left-back Nicolas Tagliafico (26) announced being meaning to stay put for 2019/20. Linked to many clubs before, including Atletico Madrid, AS Roma, Real Madrid, and Napoli, former Independiente runner is currently on a deal with Dutch giants until June 2022.

 



 

 

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