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 By PA Sport
Jul 17, 2014

Diego Lopez agent denies Napoli link

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik gives his take on Keylor Navas after incredible performances for Costa Rica in the World Cup. The 27-year-old has recently been linked to a move to Real Madrid, while Madrid are reportedly ready to trigger his buyout clause.

The agent of Diego Lopez has denied that the Real Madrid goalkeeper will move to Napoli if Keylor Navas completes his expected move to the Bernabeu.

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Lopez, 32, played 36 La Liga games for Madrid last season, keeping club captain Iker Casillas out of the team in the process. 

However, the imminent arrival of Costa Rica World Cup star Navas has doubt over his future, with Napoli mooted as a potential destination should he decide to move on. 

That is not going to happen, though, according to Lopez's agent Manuel Garcia Quillon, who told Marca: "Napoli have not asked about Diego but he will not go anywhere.

"He wants to be a starter next season and like in previous years, he is working to achieve that. He wants to convince (Real Madrid coach Carlo) Ancelotti that he is still the Real Madrid No. 1.''

Although Lopez -- a 2013 signing from Sevilla -- was a mainstay for Madrid in the Primera Division last season, Casillas was preferred in the cup competitions -- playing every game as Los Blancos won the Champions League and Copa del Rey.  

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