UDINESE NEWS

Orestis Karnezis insists Udinese “are in good shape and want a victory against Inter, so we mustn’t be passive. We need to attack them.”
Gigi Del Neri told Udinese to “face Inter with courage” at the Dacia Arena in tomorrow’s early game.
Antonio Candreva can feel the Inter “enthusiasm” building ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Udinese, another of his old clubs.
Italian football is back after the winter break with Napoli hosting Sampdoria tonight, then Udinese-Inter, Genoa-Roma, Milan-Cagliari and Juventus-Bologna.
Stefano Pioli warns his Inter players they must have “great respect” for Udinese when they meet on Sunday.
Stefano Pioli claims “it’s normal” that Inter fans can expect signings this month as he and the club’s owners “are on the same page”.
Udinese have officially sent Venezuela international Adalberto Penaranda to Malaga on loan with option to extend, via Watford.
Udinese have officially sold Colombia international Pablo Armero to Brazilian club Bahia.
Sampdoria and Udinese fired blanks in a Marassi stalemate, but the hosts ended their negative streak.
Join us for the build-up and action to tonight’s six Serie A games, the last of 2016, including Fiorentina-Napoli, Roma-Chievo and Torino-Genoa.
Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo wants the team to “believe in ourselves and be more ferocious” against Udinese tomorrow.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Sassuolo-Inter, Napoli-Torino and Lazio-Fiorentina.
Davide Nicola can’t believe Crotone lost 2-0 to Udinese when they had “the best first half performance of the season so far.”
Gigi Del Neri urged Udinese not to “get ideas” after their third consecutive victory, seeing off Crotone 2-0.
Udinese notched up their third win on the trot, but Crotone were unlucky to see Alex Cordaz sent off for a misunderstanding.
Inter could part company with Samir Handanovic this summer, so look to Mattia Perin, Alex Meret and Alessio Cragno.
Read up on every Serie A game this weekend, including Milan-Atalanta and Juventus-Roma today, then Napoli-Torino, Lazio-Fiorentina and Sassuolo-Inter.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits his Atalanta have a point to prove against Milan tomorrow after the Juventus loss.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list up to February 19 have been scheduled, including Milan and Juventus games postponed for the Super Cup.
Udinese sporting director Nereo Bonato says “we’ll take the appropriate decisions” on Duvan Zapata at the end of the season.