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French midfielder Dabo signs for Fiorentina

AFP , Tuesday 30 Jan 2018
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Metz' Cameroonese defender Georges Mandjeck (bottom) vies for the ball with Saint-Etienne's French midfielder Bryan Dabo during the French L1 football match between Metz (FCM) and Saint-Etienne (ASSE) at the Saint-Symphorien Stadium in Longeville-les-Metz, eastern France, on January 17, 2018. (Photo: AFP)
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French midfielder Bryan Dabo has signed for Serie A side Fiorentina from Saint-Étienne, the Italian club said on Tuesday without giving financial details.

The 25-year-old has one cap for the French Under-21 side, and started his career at Montpellier, before a brief loan spell in England with Blackburn Rovers.

"Fiorentina announces the signing of the player Bryan Dabo from Saint-Étienne," the Tuscany club said in a statement.

"He has won the French title with Montpellier in the 2011-12 season. The new Viola player will be in Florence today for his medicals."

Fiorentina, 11th in Serie A, already boosts a strong French contingent with Cyril Théréau, Jordan Veretout, Valentin Eysseric and Vincent Laurini.

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