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Fulham have Maxi Lopez bid rejected


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By Tim Doel

Friday 13 January 2012

Fulham have failed in their attempts to sign Catania striker Maxi Lopez.


The Serie A side have revealed that the Cottagers made a loan offer for the player, who has also been previously the subject of interest for AC Milan and Juventus. However, Chief Executive Pietro Lo Monaco told radio station Radio Mana Mana: “We didn’t accept Fulham’s offer for Maxi Lopez because they would like to take him without spending a pound. I won’t give him on loan, he has an important value.”


Manager Martin Jol has revealed however that he is in the market for a striker, telling Goal.com: “There is one striker from the lower leagues and one player from France, but he is injured and I won't take players that are not fit.”


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