Udinese insist that they have no plans to sell Samir Handanovic on the transfer market this summer.
The Slovenian has been paired with a possible switch to Inter, but Gino Pozzo, son of Udinese patron Giampaolo, is confident that the ‘keeper will remain.
“There has been no contact for him,” he responded when asked about the links between the player and the Nerazzurri.
“He won’t be leaving for now because he is an important element for our project. Obviously, we intend to respect the player’s desire, but we want him to stay.
“How much would he cost? He doesn’t have a valuation…”
It was suggested that the Beneamata, who currently have Julio Cesar as their No 1, could be signed for €14m.
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