Francesco Lodi would be more than happy to continue his career at Catania despite the interest of big clubs.
The playmaker is expected to be targeted in the summer after both Milan outfits failed to land him in January.
However, the 28-year-old has underlined his commitment to his current side – especially after their fine campaign to date.
“I’m not talking about my future,” the former Udinese player told Tuttosport. “I’m a Catania player. It’ll be up to the club, the President and the director general whether they want to sell me…
“I came to this club two years ago when things were tough, but we’ve since made some big improvements.
“It would be great for me to play in the Europa League with Catania next season.”
The central midfielder has scored five goals in 23 League games for the Stadio Massimino outfit this term.
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