UDINESE NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri has named 22 players for his Juventus squad to face Udinese in Week 2 of Serie A, including Alvaro Morata and Andrea Barzagli.
Andrea Stramaccioni says his win in Turin while Inter boss means nothing ahead of the Juventus-Udinese encounter.
Fernando Llorente said Juventus Coach Max Allegri has “a winning spirit” and trusts Fernando Torres will impress at Milan.
Carlos Tevez assured Juventus fans he has “no lesions and am preparing for Saturday’s game” against Udinese.
Udinese will be without Maurizio Domizzi and Simone Scuffet for a month.
Gaetano D’Agostino signed for Fidelis Andria today, but “had the ticket” for Real Madrid and Juventus in 2009.
Bad news for Juventus, as Carlos Tevez has joined Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo on the treatment table.
Juventus confirmed Arturo Vidal will need “further tests next week” on his “light strain” of the right thigh.
Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet will be out of action for around a month due to injury.
Juventus summer signing Alvaro Morata is inching towards making his debut, having almost recovered from a pre-season injury.
Udinese sensation Antonio Di Natale says he has two goal targets that he wants to hit in the new campaign.
Juventus remain the Serie A club with the biggest revenue, while Inter and Roma have increased their income, but Milan’s fell.
Napoli have sold fewer season tickets than Sassuolo, Atalanta and Cesena.
Udinese have discovered another new talent in their ranks, as 19-year-old Alexis Zapata bagged a brace.
New Empoli signing Piotr Zielinski reveals Udinese teammate Antonio Di Natale advised him to make the move.
The schedule for the fourth round of the Coppa Italia has been published, involving a number of Serie A sides.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 2 to 16 have been confirmed for the rest of 2014.
Andrea Consigli has joined Sassuolo, Piotr Zielinski from Udinese to Empoli and Roma full-back Alessio Romagnoli to Sampdoria.
Parma forward Amauri is reportedly considering today an offer to join Torino, with no issues apparent on his Juventus past.
Jonathan de Guzman made the ideal Serie A debut with a last-gasp Napoli winner, Cesena shocked Parma, 10-man Sampdoria held Palermo and Antonio Di Natale shone.