President of Naples: The exclusion of Roma and Liverpool from the Champions League should be


Aurelio de Laurentis, the president of Naples, has dismissed Liverpool and Roma from the Champions League for breaking the rules in Alison Baker's transfer.

Brazilian Alison moved from Rome to Liverpool last month for about 74 million euros, becoming the second-most expensive goalkeeper in history.

De Laurentis said in an interview with Corriere: "I doubt that the one who leads Rome and Naples is the same person or the administration."

"One of them told me about it a while ago. I made an offer for 60 million to join Allison and it was not accepted."

"If I can confirm it, the duo will be excluded from the Champions League because the law forbids the same person to have two clubs."

De Lorentis said he had never intended to renew his contract with Chelsea before leaving for Chelsea. "It was hard to stay, I wanted to leave immediately, I was given the impression that I wanted him to stay but that was not true," he said.

"I only called his wife who was defending her husband. I wanted to make sure that I would not pay for two years without need and that Chelsea would not negotiate with our players and I got what I wanted."

"I spoke with Giampaolo and Inzaghi, and then I thought I would give Carlo a chance because we have a special relationship and he is happy to come back and compete in the league."

Napoli will open his season on Saturday evening at Lazio's stadium in Rome.
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