Mauricio Isla has admitted he would return to Udinese if asked, despite Juventus signing a new co-ownership deal for the player.
The 25-year-old spent last season on loan at the Bianconeri, playing just 11 times all season. Despite that though, the Turin club announced earlier this week that they have agreed a new deal with the Zebrette for the Chile international.
Isla however, has conceded that he just wants to play football, whilst also commenting on rumours linking him with Inter and Napoli.
“I have not spoken to anyone at Juventus and I know nothing of the agreement with Udinese,” he told reporters in his home country.
“Now I just want to know where I will play – I would return to Udine.
“But I want to play on a consistent basis, whether that by at Juventus, Inter or Napoli.”
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