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Charlton Athletic manager Alan Curbishley has confirmed he is keen on Valencia striker Bernardo Corradi.
The Italian forward's agent Moreno Roggi told skysports.com earlier in the week that he has spoken to The Addicks.
Roggi expects to resume negotiations with the Premiership side on Monday, with Charlton willing to take Corradi on loan for the rest of the season.
Addicks chief Curbishley acknowledged he has talked with Roggi but does not appear sweet on his prospects of landing Corradi.
"I have spoken to his agent but there is nothing ongoing," commented Curbishley.
Corradi only joined Valencia last summer from Lazio but has struggled to establish himself with the reigning Spanish champions.
He did recently admit that he is starting to find his feet in La Liga but could be offered a route into The Premiership.
Curbishley will now have to wait to learn whether his efforts to land the Italy international will meet with success.