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VILLARREAL & REAL BETIS - A German club after Alfonso PEDRAZA

13.02.2020 11.24 by Claudio Colla  read 464
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Previously linked to a bunch more clubs, Spanish left-back and 2019 Euro U-21 campaign winner Alfonso Pedraza (23), according to latest German news, has been targeted by Eintracht Frankfurt. Still on a parent-club deal with Villarreal until June 2021, Pedraza is playing for Real Betis Sevilla on a loan deal, including a buy-back option.

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