Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has admitted that he does not know whether there will be any movement from his side in the transfer market.
The January window shuts in 48 hours, but the 57-year-old Coach has claimed that he is unsure if there will be any arrivals or departures.
“I do not know what's going to happen over the next two days,” he told a Press conference.
“But I would be extremely happy if all my players stayed here.”
The former Palermo man also commented on the Zebrette's season so far and the match with Milan on Sunday.
“It is indisputable that we can play better,” he added. “We're not a big team, but we're good. We have to try and stay focused for the whole 90 minutes, in every game.
“Against Milan we have to take the field with the belief that we can get a result.”
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