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MAN. CITY - Fabian DELPH might leave for good. A suitor after him

14.07.2019 21.48 by Claudio Colla  read 594
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Playing for Manchester City since 2015/16, English international left-back/deep-lying midfielder Fabian Delph (29), who might leave Premier League reigning champions for good, has reportedly been targeted by West Ham. Former Aston Villa player is still on a deal with Citizens until June 2020, and, so far, no deal extension proposal made his way to him.

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