UDINESE NEWS

Francesco Guidolin has thanked Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo, after a vote of confidence this week.
Giampiero Ventura believes in Europe now, while Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese aren't what they were.
Giampiero Ventura admits he didn’t expect Torino to be leading the race for Europa League qualification.
Torino and Lazio earned crucial wins in the race for Europe, but Parma collapsed in Cagliari and 10-man Sampdoria fought back to beat Chievo.
Udinese insist Silvan Widmer won’t be going to Inter, but are “happy to talk” if Juventus ask for Roberto Pereyra.
Udinese face Torino tomorrow without Antonio Di Natale, Maurizio Domizzi and two goalkeepers.
Zenit St Petersburg have been in contact with Fiorentina and Udinese regarding Juan Cuadrado, reports suggest.
The refereeing allocations for Week 35 of the Serie A season have been announced.
Francesco Guidolin admits his Udinese future will be as Coach, director or something else. “We’ll decide which road to go down.”
Juventus reportedly want to sign goalkeeper Simone Scuffet from Udinese to be the long term heir of Gigi Buffon.
Napoli’s Marek Hamsik regrets the fact that his side failed to score a second goal while on top against Udinese.
Dino Zoff believes that Simone Scuffet doesn’t have the necessary experience to be picked for the World Cup.
Francesco Guidolin is confident of his Udinese future, but Rafa Benitez is not satisfied with Napoli.
Giampaolo Pozzo said Francesco Guidolin will remain at Udinese next season, “as Coach or in another role.”
Rafa Benitez admits Napoli have “wasted another opportunity” with their draw at Udinese. “This is a limitation.”
Lazio-Torino was a six-goal thriller for Europe that only boosts Milan’s hopes, while Udinese held Napoli and Sassuolo shocked Chievo.
Napoli visit Udinese this afternoon, but are without Gonzalo Higuain and Dries Mertens.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis expects a 2-0 victory at Udinese today and must “think about” Maxime Gonalons, but Marek Hamsik is not for sale.
Gonzalo Higuain is out of Udinese-Napoli today and is “still feeling pain” after a knock in training.
Francesco Guidolin believes that Napoli are the best possible opponents for his Udinese side to get back on track.