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BORUSSIA DORTMUND departee GOTZE tracked by a further Italian club

23.03.2020 21.36 by Claudio Colla  read 516
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Already tracked by both Milan giants, German attacking midfielder Mario Götze (27), according to Bild, has been targeted by Napoli as well. Leaving Borussia Dortmund, ahead of next summer, after an overall seven season-long pro tenure, former Bayern Munich playmaker and WC 2014 match-winner was inquired about by Arsenal and Leicester City too, as well as by Hertha Berlin.

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