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Only Scaloni (reprise)


Filed: Monday, 10th July 2006
By: Matthew O'Greel


Lionel Scaloni could be set to return to West Ham, according to reports.

Scaloni - who spent four months on loan at Upton Park last season - could be making his way back to England along with fellow Argentinian Aldo Duscher if rumours emerging tonight are correct.

Pardew has been chasing the Depor midfielder for some time, and is now primed to make his move after interest in the 27-year-old from Manchester United waned.

Scaloni - also at Deportivo - played for his country briefly in the World Cup, although still finds himself out of favour at the Spanish club.





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