Udinese striker Antonio Di Natale has a dream – to score his 200th goal in Serie A before the season ends.
“I want 200 in the top flight,” the club captain commented. “I still need another 24 goals to reach that target.
“I could do it this season, although I know that it will be very difficult to do so.”
The 35-year-old is now in his tenth season with Udinese after also finding the net in Serie A with Empoli.
Di Natale has been a regular feature of the League scoring charts in recent times after bagging 29, 28, 23 and 23 over the last four campaigns.
But he now faces new Capocannoniere rivals after the addition of some big name strikers to Serie A this summer.
“Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Gomez of Fiorentina are very strong players,” he added. “Two champions.
“I have always admired them and it is good that they are now in Italy, along with Milan’s Kaka who is an exceptional lad.”
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