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Atalanta make contact for West Ham target
06/01/2019, 17:40
According to what has been reported by Il Messaggero, Atalanta have made contact with Roma about forward Gregoire Defrel; who is currently on-loan with Sampdoria. 

Defrel has been named as a target of several Premier League clubs in recent days, including Watford, West Ham and Fulham. However, it now appears that Atalanta could be leading the race - as they continue to search for further additions for their side to give themselves the best chance of qualifying for the Europa League.

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