UDINESE NEWS

New Udinese signing Emanuel Insua ‘can’t wait to play in the new stadium’ and targets an Argentina call-up.
Felipe Dias says ‘I can still cut it in Serie A’ as he returns to Udinese after five years away.
Udinese could be without Silvan Widmer against Lazio on Sunday, as he sprained his ankle during training.
Daniele De Rossi is the player with the biggest wages in Serie A, as overall club spending increased by €33m this summer.
The kick-off times for Serie A fixtures from Week 3 to 17 are confirmed, going all the way up to December.
Stevan Jovetic rescued Inter at the death again, while Torino’s comeback crushed Fiorentina and Chievo humiliated Lazio 4-0.
Follow all the action as it happens from tonight’s Serie A games, including Napoli v Sampdoria, Carpi v Inter and Torino v Fiorentina.
Andrea Pirlo discussed his Italy call-up and sees Juventus as favourites against Roma today in a video interview.
Beppe Iachini is prepared to start new Palermo signing Alberto Gilardino against Udinese tonight.
Stefano Colantuono told Udinese to put the victory over Juventus behind them and focus on Palermo.
Udinese announced Guilherme has gone under the knife for a groin injury in Barcelona.
Udinese hint at meeting Napoli for Thomas Heurtaux and Silvan Widmer. “If there’s an offer, we’ll discuss it.”
Napoli have turned to Genoa’s Sebastian De Maio because of Udinese’s high demands for Thomas Heurtaux, according to reports.
Udinese President Franco Soldati says Thomas Heurtaux could be ‘valuable’ for Napoli, apparently inviting a bid.
New Juventus signing Alex Sandro says he’ll ‘give 100 per cent to win’ as he’s officially unveiled.
With the start of a new season Dave Taylor selects his best XI from an exciting, topsy-turvy Week 1
Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo says he enjoyed a ‘deserved victory’ against Juventus on the opening day of the Serie A season.
Of the Scudetto contenders, only Inter won the opening game with last-gasp Stevan Jovetic, as 10-man Milan fell to Fiorentina and Napoli lost at Sassuolo.
Max Allegri insists Juventus “played well” but didn’t take their chances in a home defeat to Udinese.
Stefano Colantuono said Juventus “did what we expected them to do” after Udinese’s historic victory.