Antonio Di Natale has given an interview to Gazzetta dello Sport, commenting on Udinese, playing behind closed doors at San Siro and the Italian national team.
The Zebrette travel to Milan during the next round of League matches, but will do so at a closed San Siro, following incidents of ‘insulting’ chanting from the Rossoneri fans.
“We are all focused on the game,” he told the paper. “But it will not be nice to play behind closed doors.
“Udinese have to get 40 points this season – after that we can just have fun.
“I think the fight for the League will be between Juventus, Napoli and Roma – they are the three teams that are stronger than anyone else.”
The striker then remarked on the Azzurri and Francesco Totti’s current form.
“Totti is just a unique player – the number one. He always gives his best whenever he plays. Right now, I think he deserves to go to the World Cup.
“My regret is never having played with him.”
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