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BOCA JUNIORS board member Anro: "We can afford IBRAHIMOVIC. He wants in"

30.09.2019 19.15 by Claudio Colla  read 757
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Interviewed by Mundo Boca Radio, Jorge Anro, Xeneizes board of directors member, addressed with rumours having Argentinian giants keen on Swedish star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who's about to turn 38, and due to leave Los Angeles Galaxy after 2019's over, stated: "That's true, Ibra wants to play for us. And the fact we can afford to bring him is true as well. Club's going through a great time, finance-wise too, and we can aim to top-of-the-line commodities".

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