Udinese have shot down claims that club captain Antonio Di Natale held talks with Milan on Wednesday.
The Rossoneri, through the words of Vice-President Adriano Galliani, have already rubbished the Gazzetta dello Sport claim.
Now Udinese have poured cold water on the reports.
“As far as I know, Di Natale was in Udine yesterday,” Bianconero sporting director Fabrizio Larini told udineseblog.it. “He wasn’t in Milan and neither was his agent.
“Milan wanted him last year? If that is the case then we can say that Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella is also a big fan of him…
“Milan could be interested in him, but they did not meet yesterday.”
The striker, 35, is contracted to the Stadio Friuli outfit until 2014.
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