Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel will continue to form Udinese’s attack in the new campaign, maintains Andrea Carnevale.
“Di Natale will remain in Udine, I’m 100 per cent sure of that,” Carnevale, head of the club’s scouting system, told Sky Sport Italia.
“Muriel will stay too,” added the Italia ’90 World Cup striker. “He’s a player who was born in 1991 and he only played six months this term because of injury.
“He’ll stay here because he has to play at least one full campaign for us…”
Di Natale, now 35, scored 23 goals in just 33 League games for the Bianconeri. The 22-year-old Colombian, meanwhile, grabbed 11 in 22.
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