Udinese have told clubs interested in boss Francesco Guidolin to forget about making him an offer. “He’s not going anywhere.”
The tactician has been linked with possible jobs at Inter and Napoli next term, but Giampaolo Pozzo has blocked his exit.
“There is no chance that Guidolin will boss another Italian club before 2015,” the Udinese patron underlined.
“He and his staff will remain with Udinese for a good while longer. Whoever wants Guidolin will have to accept that fact.
“I do not want to waste any more time commenting on the speculation of certain newspapers.”
Guidolin, 56, joined Udinese in the summer of 2010 for the second time in his career after two years at Parma.
He led the club into the Champions League last season and is attempting to do the same this time around.
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