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TMW - AS Monaco inquiring Torino about ANSALDI

15.08.2019 13.35 by Claudio Colla  read 5692
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Still on a deal with Torino until June 2021, and coming from a very good seasonal performance, though riddled by some injuries, Argentinian left-back/midfielder Cristian Ansaldi (33), according to latest TMW rumours, has been targeted by AS Monaco. Former Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid player is so far supposed to stay put, for his third Granata season in a row.

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