Depor monitor Mallorca star

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The agent of Mallorca's Miguel Moya has confirmed that the goalkeeper is being trailed by Deportivo La Coruna.

The 21-year-old custodian has been one of the few bright spots in a disappointing campaign for The Islanders and has held off the challenge of Sander Westerveld to establish himself as number one at Son Moix.

His performances have caught the eye of Depor who see him as a long-term replacement for Francisco Molina.

Mallorca are thought to have placed a ‚é¼5 million price-tag on Moya's head, but if they fail to stave off relegation in the coming weeks a ‚é¼3 million deal could become a reality.

Moya's representative Zoran Stojadinovic admitted he had already spoken to Depor officials about the youngster.

"I spoke with Richard Moar (advisor to Depor president Augusto Cesar Lendoiro) last week and he confirmed they are following Moya," stated Stojadinovic.

Both Molina and fellow keeper Dani Mallo are expected to leave The Riazor this summer as the Galician outfit stage an overhaul of their squad, and Moya is the kind of talented youngster the club are keen to bring in.