Udinese have yet to make a decision on whether to keep Kwadwo Asamoah or sell him to one of the many clubs interested in his signature.
The Ghanaian is a wanted man on the transfer market and the Udine outfit could cash in on a player who only cost them around €1m in 2008.
“We haven’t made a decision on his future yet,” Udinese sporting director Fabrizio Larini told La Roma 24.
“It’s all a bit premature right now. I can’t say whether he will stay or go, but it is not true that he has asked for a transfer.
“He is happy here.”
The midfielder, 23, has been paired with Roma, Juventus and Napoli. He scored three goals in 40 appearances this term.
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