UDINESE NEWS

Luis Enrique insists his project is developing, even through defeats, to push for third place. “This is my Roma.”
Roma left it very late to get the points, but eventually managed to get Udinese down with Francesco Totti among those on target.
The pressure is on Luis Enrique as Roma welcome Udinese in tonight’s head-to-head for European places with Francesco Totti back in the starting XI.
Mauricio Isla has been given the all-clear to start running again as the Udinese man continues his rehabilitation from injury.
Udinese have officially signed Swiss Under-21 international Silvan Widmer via their satellite club in Spain Granada.
Francesco Guidolin confirms Antonio Di Natale will play against Roma tomorrow despite fatigue, as Udinese cling to third place.
Champions League chasing Lazio travel north to face League leaders Juventus in Week 32’s stand-out match, a test for both clubs’ ambitions.
Lecce starlet Luis Muriel claims that Milan and Inter have already made a bid for his services.
Inter and Udinese could hold transfer talks regarding Mauricio Isla both before and after next weekend’s game between the two sides.
Francesco Guidolin insists Udinese are having a marvellous campaign, but Roberto Donadoni wanted a red card.
Roma were flattened 4-2 by Lecce and Udinese got back on track against Parma, while 10-man Catania capitulated at Chievo and Siena shocked Atalanta.
Roberto Donadoni is fresh from a surprise victory over Lazio and hopes Parma can “find the right ferocity” to repeat the trick against Udinese today.
Francesco Guidolin envisages a tough encounter as Udinese boss against former side Parma this weekend, in a game he admits motivation will count most.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin is the latest candidate to take charge of Napoli next season.
The Easter schedule sees a Serie A round played on a Saturday this weekend, with some must-win games for several sides.
Manchester United are ready to offer Inter a fee of around €9m for goalkeeper Julio Cesar, says the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Cesare Prandelli visited Udinese’s training ground today, reportedly to request to Francesco Guidolin that he release Antonio Di Natale for training in late April.
Francesco Guidolin believes the race for third place is still between as many as five different teams, including his Udinese.
Giuseppe Sannino was impressed by Siena's vigour, but Francesco Guidolin insists Udinese aren't dead yet.
Francesco Guidolin assures Udinese are “not dead yet” and should still be proud of competing for Europe.