Samir Handanovic has admitted that he still dreams of joining a big club after spending the last eight years on Udinese’s books.
The 27-year-old has continually been paired with a move away from the Stadio Friuli, but his dream transfer has yet to take place.
“Every footballer dreams of playing for a great side,” the goalkeeper told Mediaset Premium. “However, it is up to me to convince people with my performances.
“If an important offer does arrive then that will be good, otherwise I’ll continue with what I’m doing without any problems.
“For now I’m just keeping a tight grip of Udinese.”
The Slovenian international made his Serie A debut for Udinese in 2004-05 before loans spells at Treviso, Lazio and Rimini. He returned to Udine in 2007.
The shot-stopper has played in all of Udinese’s 23 League games so far this season.
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