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Cardiff City 'interested' in signing Brazilian striker Willian José - reports

Wales Online Thursday, 25 April 2019
Cardiff City 'interested' in signing Brazilian striker Willian José - reportsThe transfer window is edging ever closer, and the Bluebirds have been linked with a frontman
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