Udinese insist that they will not be selling during the January transfer window. "We won't even discuss summer departures."
The Bianconeri continue to attract transfer headlines given their ability of unearthing new stars of the Italian and European game.
However, patron Gianpaolo Pozzo is becoming increasingly frustrated with the constant speculation.
"Honestly speaking, I'm bored of these out of control rumours," Pozzo made it clear. "They are without foundation and just cause problems within the camp.
"I've said it before and I'll say it again, we will not be selling anyone in January and we won't be starting any negotiations about summer sales.
"The only operations that we may carry out are with regards to players coming in as we'll have a number of our squad away in the African Cup of Nations."
The Stadio Friuli outfit, currently top of the standings with Juventus, sold some big name players during the summer.
Alexis Sanchez was handed over to Barcelona, Napoli signed Gokhan Inler and Cristian Zapata joined Villarreal.
It was being suggested that a number of clubs are already tracking Gabriel Torje after his summer arrival from Dinamo Bucharest.
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