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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Milan has signed Lassana Diarra

Real Madrid midfielder, Lassana Diarra has finished his carrier at Bernabeu and after the vacation he will sign for Milan. This information was also confirmed by his agent, Ernesto Bronzetti.

"At the moment Lasana is having a vacation in USA, but the very first seconds he comes back he will sign with Milan"- said Bronzetti. 
Diara has finally decided to move on with his carrier after he wasn't in the plans of Jose Mourinho.

Welcome Diarra.
Player Profile and Stats

Squad No: 24
Position: Midfielder
Age: 27
Birth Date: Mar 10, 1985
Birth Place: Paris, France
Height: 5' 10'' (1.78m)
Weight: 70 kg

2011/12 Spanish La Liga
Strengths: His bite in the tackle, limitless stamina and tactical resourcefulness make him a tough opponent.
Weaknesses: He lacks height to challenge when the ball is in the air and has a questionable temperament that has seen him fall out with team-mates and managers.

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