Skrtel move unlikely

Martin Skrtel's agent has down played his client's chances of a move to Napoli, by insisting that they are unlikely to be able to afford him.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 20:45 Post Comment

Martin Skrtel: Unlikely to move to Napoli, says his agent

Martin Skrtel: Unlikely to move to Napoli, says his agent

Karol Csonto revealed earlier this month that he was set for talks with Liverpool about the future of Skrtel - who admitted his frustration towards the end of last season when he lost his place in the first-team.

Rafa Benitez, who signed him for Liverpool from Zenit St Petersburg in January 2008, is now keen on landing him for his new club Napoli - but Csonto admits they are unlikely to be able to be able to afford him.

"Martin to move away from Liverpool? I specifically say that Skrtel has never said he wants to go away, then it depends on the Liverpool market because everything could change," he told Tuttomercatoweb.

"It's true that the last two seasons were difficult but in football it can happen.

"Napoli? I think they haven't the financial possibilities to take him. Liverpool has not decided a price because they don't intend to sell the player. Anyway, I don't think that Napoli can afford his wage."

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