Udinese would consider selling Gokhan Inler in January – but only if a big enough offer was made for his services.
The Swiss international has been a transfer target for numerous clubs in and outside of Italy down the years.
So far the Stadio Friuli outfit have rejected all bids for the midfielder, but that may soon change according to the player's agent.
"The chances of a January move are slim, but President Gino Pozzo has told me that he may consider it," Dino Lamberti noted.
"However, that would only be the case if Inler requested to move on and there would obviously need to be an offer which was to Udinese's satisfaction."
Inler, paired with the likes of Arsenal and Inter in the past, is consistently being associated with Serie A side Napoli.
"Napoli are an important club and one destined to do well in the future, but I haven't had any contact with them," Lamberti concluded.
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