Antonio Di Natale will hold talks with Udinese this summer about his future after admitting to interest from abroad.
The 34-year-old has again been the club’s main goal threat this season, but he’s failed to rule out an exit.
“I’ll meet with [patron Giampaolo] Pozzo after the European Championships to talk about my future,” he told the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I still have one year to run on my contract and you know how happy I am here, but I have offers from abroad.
“I have to reflect on the fact that there are games every three days and I’ve played in 50 matches this season…”
Di Natale has actually played 42 times this term, scoring 28 goals in the process – 22 of those have come in Serie A.
Udinese have one game left this season and victory at Catania would ensure a third place finish.
“The objective for now is to qualify for the preliminary round of the Champions League for the second season running,” he added. “That would signify a lot for us.”
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