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AS MONACO stepping on towards Juventus pitcher MATUIDI

25.06.2019 21.25 by Claudio Colla  read 1578
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With two Juventus seasons left behind, French international defensive midfielder Blaise Matuidi (32) might be soon leaving for good. To this end, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, former PSG center-mass has become a main target for AS Monaco. Matuidi is still on a deal with Bianconeri until June 2020, and, for the time being, unlikely to be at the receiving end of an extension offer.

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