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Posté le: Jeu 30 Aoû - 05:13 (2018) Sujet du message: Argentine media deny Dybala-Madrid claims
Just recently, it was reported that Juventus and Real Madrid had met a total agreement for the transfer of Paulo Dybala, with ลิ้ ง sbo the Argentina forward reportedly to leave Turin in a €180 million deal. The journalist in question was ‘Mauricio Hidalgo’, who claimed to be working for Argentine website OLÉ. However, SportMediaset are now reporting to have contacted the ลิ้ ง sbo website for more information, with the Argentines denying that Hidalgo was one of their own. Therefore, the reports can only be assumed to be fake and the efforts of a hoaxer attempting to wind up Juventus fans. Juve fans will sigh a collective sigh of relief as they will not be losing one of their ลิ้ ง sbo brightest young stars, just when things were beginning to look good for the Old Lady; with the club spending €110 million on signing 33-year-old Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid – with CR7 earning €30 million a season for four years.