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Napoli deny Fernandez approach

Napoli have denied making any kind of approach for Real Madrid goalkeeper Jesus Fernandez.

Last Updated: 13/06/13 at 06:36 Post Comment

Jesus Fernandez: Napoli's interest in him denied

Jesus Fernandez: Napoli's interest in him denied

The Serie A club, whose established number one is former Italy international Morgan de Sanctis, have tonight responded to reports in the Italian press linking the 25-year-old with a move to the Stadio San Paolo.

A statement published on Napoli's official website read: "SSC Napoli categorically denies any contact with either the agents or managers of Jesus Fernandez, Real Madrid's goalkeeper.

"As a consequence, all the rumours reported by the media about our club's interest in the player must be considered as totally unfounded."

Fernandez made just one senior appearance during the 2012-13 campaign as departing manager Jose Mourinho handed him a start against Osasuna on the last day of the Primera Division season.

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