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Gravina: 'No Serie A fixture will be played in China'
22/03/2019, 21:30
Rumours emerged this week that the Lega Serie A were in talks with China over the possibility of playing a normal league Serie A game in the Asian country next season; similarly to how a La Liga game is to be contested in the USA.

However, speaking to Rai Sport, FIGC president Gabriele Gravina has quickly shut down the chances of that, saying "No, Serie A will be played in Italy, that is why it is called the Italian league. There is a wider project with China, as we want to go there and they want to come to us. The agreement would be around competition and preparation."

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