VIOLA TRANSFER RUMBLINGS CONTINUE
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
With the Serie A club beset by financial problems, although the situation is easing somewhat, a number of clubs have been interested in snapping up bargain signings, with Liverpool and Manchester United both pondering moves for Nuno Gomes.
Adani is believed to have been the subject of an enquiry by Jean Tigana's Fulham recently, with the Londoners looking to strengthen their defence.
The former Modena and Brescia stopper has attracted attention from Roma and Monaco, but, according to his agent, will remain at Artemio Franchi.
The 27-year-old's representative Paolo Conti recently confirmed: "Adani will stay with Fiorentina."
Meanwhile, despite rumours of late interest from Rangers, Viola official Luciano Luna feels Czech Republic international Repka is still bound for West Ham.
The man responsible for transfers at the club is determined to raise funds, and feels the sale of the defender is good business for Fiorentina.
"There is no complication for me," Luna explained.
"There is a signed and binding contract.
"I feel myself that we ourselves are guaranteed.
"The English club must put the money through and great bank and there will not be problems.
"We have the appointment on Monday and you will see that the 17 billion lira will arrive."