Napoli's Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina reacts during the Italian Serie A football match SSC Napoli vs FC Crotone on May 20, 2018 at the San Paolo Stadium. / AFP / CARLO HERMANN
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Footballers Pepe Reina, Paolo Cannavaro and Salvatore Aronica have been ordered to appear before a Italian Football Federation (FIGC) panel over their alleged association with people linked to the mafia, according to reports in Italy Tuesday.Both Cannavaro and Aronica played for Napoli for a few years, while former Liverpool goalkeeper Reina will leave Napoli this summer to move to AC Milan.Reina -- who was on Spain's 2010 World Cup-winning team and is a two-time European champion from 2008 and 2012 -- first joined Napoli in 2013 on loan from Liverpool.
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