UDINESE NEWS

Pepe Reina remains a major doubt to feature for Napoli in Sunday’s trip to Udinese.
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina is a doubt for the Udinese game, after picking up a muscular injury.
Ex-Napoli director Pierpaolo Marino believes Rafa Benitez “was destroying Marek Hamsik” and reveals an Antonio Di Natale deal.
Changes to the Week 36 and 37 Serie A schedule have been announced, including Lazio-Inter and Torino-Napoli, plus two Monday games.
Napoli are reportedly winning the race to sign Udinese’s Piotr Zielinski, currently on loan at Empoli, ahead of Liverpool and Roma.
Empoli confirm Juventus want Lorenzo Tonelli, while Napoli and Roma are interested in Piotr Zielinski.
On-loan Udinese striker Duvan Zapata says Napoli ‘play the best football’ but ‘feel pressure, which they inherited from the previous management’.
Roma reportedly have five options if Miralem Pjanic is sold, including PSG’s Adrien Rabiot and Zenit’s Axel Witsel.
Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj picked up an injury with Albania, and his recovery times are still uncertain.
Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic says Inter is 'his football university', whilst refusing to give up on the Champions League objective.
Francesco Guidolin reveals why he chose Swansea City and how he views Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City miracle.
Gigi De Canio is “100 per cent sure” Udinese will avoid relegation and feels Antonio Di Natale “could’ve played for Barcelona.”
Juventus are eyeing Sassuolo’s Sime Vrsaljko and Udinese full-back Silvan Widmer to replace Stephan Lichtsteiner.
Gigi De Canio was pleased with his Udinese debut, a 1-1 draw at Sassuolo, as “positive results are the best medicine.”
Fiorentina and Frosinone held each other up, so Carpi conquered Verona to clamber out of the relegation zone, while Udinese held Sassuolo on Gigi De Canio’s debut and Chievo stunned Sampdoria.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s EIGHT Serie A games, including the Turin Derby, Napoli-Genoa and Milan-Lazio.
New Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio wants his players to “feel more secure to express themselves” against Sassuolo.
New Udinese Coach Luigi De Canio is “very happy” to have returned to the Friuli bench.
Udinese have officially appointed Luigi De Canio as the successor to the sacked Stefano Colantuono.
Udinese have officially sacked Coach Stefano Colantuono, with Gigi De Canio expected to replace him.