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AC MILAN - 2 clubs after Ivan STRINIC

19.08.2019 13.03 by Claudio Colla  read 666
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Basically idle throughout last season, his first AC Milan one, due to having suffered from a heart-related condition, former Croatian international left-back Ivan Strinic (32), according to Corriere dello Sport, has just been inquired by both OGC Nice and SPAL. Former Dnipro, Napoli and Sampdoria player is still on a deal with Rossoneri until June 2021.

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