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Almirón joins Monaco on loan

Published: Thursday 24 January 2008, 14.53CET
Juventus midfielder Sergio Almirón has joined AS Monaco FC on loan until the end of the season. The 27-year-old Argentinian, son of 1986 FIFA World Cup-winner Sergio Omar Almirón, featured nine times in Serie A after joining Juve from Empoli FC last summer. Almirón, who started his career at CA Newell's Old Boys and has also played for Udinese Calcio and Hellas-Verona FC, joins a Monaco side that climbed to fifth in Ligue 1 after beating FC Sochaux-Montbéliard on Wednesday.
Published: Thursday 24 January 2008, 14.53CET

Almirón joins Monaco on loan

Juventus midfielder Sergio Almirón has joined AS Monaco FC on loan until the end of the season. The 27-year-old Argentinian, son of 1986 FIFA World Cup-winner Sergio Omar Almirón, featured nine times in Serie A after joining Juve from Empoli FC last summer. Almirón, who started his career at CA Newell's Old Boys and has also played for Udinese Calcio and Hellas-Verona FC, joins a Monaco side that climbed to fifth in Ligue 1 after beating FC Sochaux-Montbéliard on Wednesday.
Last updated: 24/01/08 15.40CET

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