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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 08 August 2012

Gab Marcotti, Steve Nicol and Janusz Michallik discuss PSG’s pursuit of Lucas and Arsenal’s transfer activity. Plus, the boys put their thinking caps on to assess the areas of need for England’s top clubs.

(23:30) | August 8, 2012



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