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Why Chelsea-bound Higuain is furious with AC Milan director Leonardo
18/01/2019, 10:50
Today’s edition of Il Corriere della Sera, confirms what Calciomercato.com exclusively reported last week: Gonzalo Higuain is furious with AC Milan director Leonardo. The reason is simple. Higuain thought AC Milan would have signed him on a permanent deal regardless the Rossoneri position in the table at the end of the season. Leonardo, however, revealed before the Spal clash that the club could only afford his € 36 million signing if the Rossoneri had qualified for the Champions League.
 
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