UDINESE NEWS

Antonio Cassano is “about to return” to Serie A, but would go to Serie B for Virtus Entella or Parma.
Watford midfielder Valon Behrami could be heading back to Serie A for Udinese, though Sion are another alternative.
With a record-breaking 48 goals scored over the long weekend, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 33.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Sassuolo-Napoli, Lazio-Palermo and Juventus-Genoa.
Massimo Rastelli believes it would not have been unfair if Cagliari had snatched a draw in their defeat to Udinese.
Luigi Del Neri says Udinese are developing well, although they are still some way off challenging for Europe.
Stipe Perica came off the bench and changed the game, as Udinese got the better of Cagliari 2-1.
“Udinese have offered $3.25m for Maximiliano Gomez,” revealed the Defensor Sporting striker’s agent.
Juventus, Inter, Udinese, Sassuolo, Atalanta and Palermo are among the clubs tracking Boca Juniors teenage striker Marcelo Torres.
Reports are growing of Napoli interest in Wojciech Szczesny, but Alex Meret and Mattia Perin are alternatives.
Napoli are renewing their interest in Udinese’s Swiss international full-back Silvan Widmer, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Antonio Cassano confirms he won’t hang up his boots - “I can still make the difference in Serie A”.
Napoli are reportedly interested in Udinese’s Samir, as Faouzi Ghoulam is likely to leave in the summer.
Marek Hamsik can’t wait to beat Diego Maradona’s record and believes Napoli “play the most beautiful football in Europe.”
Dries Mertens is reportedly closer to a contract renewal with Napoli, but it would include a relatively low release clause.
Maurizio Sarri saw an increased maturity and patience from Napoli as they picked Udinese apart 3-0, but warned Roma remain in front.
Gigi Del Neri rued an “error of positioning” that allowed Napoli to break through against a well-drilled Udinese.
Jose Callejon thanked the Napoli fans for “making me feel at home” and is confident they can catch Roma in second place.
Udinese managed to frustrate Napoli for 48 minutes, but eventually capitulated 3-0 as the gap from second-placed Roma closed to two points.
Cyril Thereau fears Udinese’s “perfect performance might not be enough” to beat Napoli, “who play the best football in Italy.”