Udinese President Franco Soldati has opened the door for Juventus and Napoli target Pablo Armero. “He is the only player on the market.”
The Friulani have already sold Mauricio Isla and Kwadwo Asamoah to Juve, while Inter took goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
“We have already sold a number of important players, but others will arrive. Is anyone else on the list? Armero is the only player on the market,” Soldati told Radio CRC.
“Negotiations could happen with Napoli, though right now he has zero chance of going there because we are not in talks. Other teams are interested in the player, though.”
The Colombian midfielder is expected to join Asamoah and Isla in Turin over the summer.
“If Armero wants to leave, then we will let him go. If Aurelio De Laurentiis or anyone else were to call us up, the situation would be resolved in a matter of minutes.
“I am very superstitious, so I prefer for Udinese to be considered a surprise every year. Our economic model has been copied by many other clubs.”
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