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Fulham flop Mitroglou wanted by a host of Serie A clubs

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Kostas Mitroglou has only been in English football since January, but the Fulham man, who has less-than impressed upon his stay in the capital, is already being linked with three of Serie A’s finest sides following the Cottagers' relegation.

A club-record fee of £12m brought the Greek international to the Premier League on the final day of the January transfer window, following the striker's success in the Champions League group stage, in which he scored three goals and assisted one in five games for Olympiacos before suffering a knee injury.

However, he has only made three appearances for the Craven Cottage club as he struggled to overcome numerous injuries as he watched his side bow out of England’s top flight after 13 consecutive years.

Reports from talkSPORT last month revealed interest by Roma, however, both Inter Milan and Napoli are now rumoured to be interested in signing the forward who may be looking for a quick exit from west London.

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