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TOTTENHAM hitman LLORENTE's brother-agent: "We'd enjoy joining Napoli"

10.05.2019 09.08 by Claudio Colla  read 1009

Under the spotlight again, due to the part he's been playing in Tottenham CL march, Spanish striker Fernando Llorente (34), who might leave Spurs as a free agent after season's over (unless the club pitch him down an extension, even an out-of-gratitude one), has been linked to a move back to Italy more than once. To this end, his brother and agent, Jesus Llorente, asked by Radio Kiss Kiss about such rumours, stated: "When you hear some rumours, there usually is a slight kernel of truth about them. Napoli? We are Juventus fans, but that's an experience we'd enjoy". Llorente has been linked to an Athletic Bilbao return as well.

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