UDINESE NEWS

Udinese talent Luis Muriel has fuelled speculation of an Inter move. “I’ve supported them since I was a kid.”
Udinese will play against English club Queens Park Rangers in Austria on July 20.
Udinese confirmed Inter “are not the only club” who made an offer for Dusan Basta this summer.
Udinese-owned striker Matej Vydra “would like to play on the top level,” said his agent, which means leaving Watford.
Roma are in pole position to sign Mehdi Benatia from Udinese, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Roma don’t have a new Coach, but they are active on the market with reports Mehdi Benatia and Rafael are on the way.
Napoli patron Aurelio De Laurentiis is reportedly ready to buy an overseas satellite club, like Watford and Granada for Udinese.
Udinese have officially announced that Christian Giaretta will be their new sporting director as of next season.
Torino have officially signed former Liverpool and Udinese goalkeeper Daniele Padelli.
Watford sporting director Gianluca Nani has insisted that the Pozzo family's relationship with the club will continue.
Giampaolo Pozzo-owned Watford have missed out on promotion to the Premier League, after a play-off defeat to Crystal Palace.
Walter Mazzarri’s first transfer target at Inter is Mauricio Isla, so Andrea Ranocchia could go to Juventus as part of an exchange.
Udinese starlet Piotr Zielinski has earned his debut senior call-up for Poland in a World Cup qualifier.
Francesco Guidolin has revealed that he almost handed in his resignation as Udinese boss last August.
Udinese hitman Antonio Di Natale warns he has no intention of retiring. “I want to reach 200 Serie A goals.”
Juventus’ Mauricio Isla says he has no idea where he will be playing his club football next season.
Colombian international striker Luis Muriel says he achieved what he was hoping to with Udinese this season.
Udinese have qualified for Europe once again and Luis Muriel notes they did it although “nobody believed in us.”
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo is confident that boss Francesco Guidolin, Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel will all still be at the club next season.
Francesco Guidolin steered Udinese to Europe once again, but revealed he “received an offer from a big club.”