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SPAL close to seal the deal on Torino duo

16.01.2020 14.28 by Claudio Colla  read 355
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According to latest Italian reports, SPAL management, struggling to avoid Estensi second-tier relegation, for the third time in a row, are about to land down Italian centre-back Kevin Bonifazi (23) and Spanish winger Iago Falqué (30, in the pic on the left), both hailing from Torino right now. Bought back by Granata, from SPAL themselves, just last summer, on a 12 million euros transfer fee, the former is about to be on his way back to Ferrara-based club on the same amount of cash. Former AS Roma and Genoa player, who joined Torino back in summer 2016, establishing himself as a core-player from the very start, up until last summer, during which he started suffering from injury by injury, is instead likely to leave just on a half-season loan spell.

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