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Mihaylov claims Prem interest

FC Twente goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov claims to have been targeted by Fulham, but says they are not the only interested party.

Last Updated: 04/04/13 at 12:35 Post Comment

Nikolay Mihaylov: Was a January transfer target for Fulham

Nikolay Mihaylov: Was a January transfer target for Fulham

The Cottagers are said to have made an approach for the Bulgarian shot-stopper during the winter transfer window.

They saw their apparent efforts to do a deal knocked back as Twente would have been left with little time in which to find a replacement.

It remains to be seen whether Fulham will return in the summer, with Martin Jol having expressed a desire to bolster his keeping ranks.

He will, however, not be alone in chasing Mihaylov's signature should a second move be made for a man who took in three years on Liverpool's books before heading for Holland in 2010.

The 24-year-old keeper told De Telegraaf: "There are more clubs interested than just Fulham.

"However, at the moment I want to focus fully on my job at Twente."

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