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28 Dec 2017
Deportivo are searching for a goalkeeper and the main target is Kiko Casilla, while Tytoń and Bruno Gama could leave.

La Voz de Galicia presented on Wednesday a report about what could be expected of Deportivo during the winter window. The paper understands that the Galician club won’t make big moves despite the current situation in liga, and that the main interest is focused at the goal.

According to them Przemysław Tytoń will leave, because he wants to play the World Cup and it will be impossible as he isn’t having minutes after losing the confidence of Pepe Mel and Cristóbal Parralo. The Polish keeper could end rescinding, something that will open the opportunity to reinforce one of the weakest positions at the first team.

La Voz reported that Depor targeted the signing of David Ospina (29, FC Arsenal), but the Gunners refused to negotiate a loan spell, so the main target continues to be Kiko Casilla (31, Real Madrid). The former RCD Espanyol goalie is expected to leave as the Madrilenians want to sign Athletic’s Kepa Arrizabalaga.

The operation would be a loan spell for the rest of the campaign. Casilla has played ten games this season (7 in liga, 1 for Copa Del Rey and 2 in the Champions League), and the arrival of Kepa to Real Madrid would leave him without more chances.

Meanwhile, Sportpaper AS reported that Bruno Gama is at the door out. The right winger isn’t counting for Parralo and, since he ends his contract in June, he could end up rescinding. RCD Mallorca are really interested in his services. The Majorcans are playing at Segunda and offer a four-year deal in order to compensate a lower wage that corresponds for the descent of level.



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