Udinese’s search for a replacement for Samir Handanovic could end with Juventus’ reserve shot-stopper Marco Storari.
The Zebrette are in the market for a ‘keeper after selling Handanovic to Inter earlier this summer and, according to Tuttosport, are interested in 35-year-old Storari.
The former Milan and Sampdoria shot-stopper, who has been with Juve since 2010, is believed to be an idea of Udinese’s to insert into negotiations for Colombian winger Pablo Armero’s proposed move in the other direction.
Storari made eight appearances under Antonio Conte last term in League and Cup.
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