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Napoli, Ancelotti: "We won't be active on the January transfer market"
21/12/2018, 19:35
Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti spoke to the press in his pre-game Napoli-SPAL conference, here is what he had to say on the matter: 

"Christmas? Well it is an important moment for everyone. We will try to mix work and fun during this period. We have many important games coming up so we will have to remain very focused. The game? Well Koulibaly and Insigne will play against Spal even if they are on yellows. I don't want to start thinking about the Inter game too much in advance, we have to focus on SPAL. Alan is one player who wont be there for us. January transfer market? We won't be active in January. I am happy with the players I got and we are very competitive. Healthy competition? Yes we have a lot of competition, especially in attack. Insigne, Milik and Mertens are all doing well so this is a great problem to have for me. 2019? Let's hope it will be a great year".  For more news you can visit Calciomercato.com right now. 

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