Udinese have confirmed goalkeepers Alex Meret and Orestis Karnezis have signed permanent deals with loan club Napoli.
Both keepers joined Napoli last summer on loan but inserted into the agreements was an obligation to buy for the Partenopei.
Udinese have confirmed in a statement released on on Tuesday that the moves were officially made permanent at the start of February.
It is thought Naples side have paid around 25million euros in total for both shot-stoppers, who will hope to shine in Naples. Meret and Karnezis now face a battle with another keeper who has been on loan at Napoli this season, Arsenal’s David Ospina, for regular first-team action in the remaining months of the season.