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WEST HAM inquiring KESSIE again

30.12.2019 18.43 by Claudio Colla  read 3579
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Just after having named David Moyes new boss, West Ham top brass are inquiring Ivorian international midfielder Franck Kessié (23). AC Milan management are planning to let former Atalanta player leave as long as an about 22 million euros bid is submitted. Currently on a deal with Rossoneri until June 2022, Kessié is also tracked by Napoli, Wolverhampton, and AS Monaco.

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