Could Spain international Fabian Ruiz be set for a return to his homeland?
Former Real Betis star Fabian, who now plays for Napoli in Serie A, is a reported target for Barcelona and Real Madrid.
The Spanish rivals are trying to lure Fabian back to La Liga.
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Barcelona and Real Madrid are set to battle each other for the signing of Napoli star Fabian Ruiz, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Spanish midfielder Fabian has been linked with a return to La Liga throughout the season, having left Real Betis for Napoli in 2018.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Napoli is expecting Barca and Madrid to go head-to-head for Fabian – who is contracted to the Serie A side until 2023.
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