May 12, 2020
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first_img Diego Lopez Liverpool are locked in a three-way battle with AC Milan and Napoli to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Lopez, according to Spanish newspaper El Confidencial.Reds boss Brendan Rodgers wants to bring in a new goalkeeper to provide competition to Simon Mignolet, with long-serving Anfield favourite Pepe Reina preparing to complete his move to Bayern Munich.And the Northern Irishman is reportedly keen on Lopez, who has been instructed to find a new club by Bernabeu chiefs after the European champions signed Costa Rica World Cup star Keylor Navas from Levante.However, the Reds must fend off competition from Italy, with Milan and Napoli, who are managed by former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez, also in pursuit of Lopez.Although Milan’s interest in the goalkeeper is the strongest, it is thought their bid to sign him is hindered by the fact they will not be competing in Europe this season.Lopez, 32, arrived at Real Madrid halfway through the 2012/13 campaign and became the club’s first-choice goalkeeper in La Liga, while long-serving club legend Iker Casillas kept his place in cup competitions. 1last_img