UDINESE NEWS

Udinese hitman Antonio Di Natale warns he has no intention of retiring. “I want to reach 200 Serie A goals.”
Juventus’ Mauricio Isla says he has no idea where he will be playing his club football next season.
Colombian international striker Luis Muriel says he achieved what he was hoping to with Udinese this season.
Udinese have qualified for Europe once again and Luis Muriel notes they did it although “nobody believed in us.”
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo is confident that boss Francesco Guidolin, Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel will all still be at the club next season.
Francesco Guidolin steered Udinese to Europe once again, but revealed he “received an offer from a big club.”
Andrea Stramaccioni is glad Inter’s disastrous season is over. “Massimo Moratti has clear ideas on how to rebuild.”
Udinese thrashed Inter 5-2 at San Siro to qualify for Europe, while Roma beat Napoli and Lazio fell to Cagliari.
Udinese must win to be sure of the Europa League, while Inter face an early Coppa Italia start if they stumble again.
Francesco Guidolin knows Udinese must beat Inter tonight to secure European qualification. “It’s our Scudetto.”
Rodrigo Palacio is back in the Inter squad for tomorrow’s clash with Udinese, but Antonio Cassano and Andrea Ranocchia miss out.
Andrea Stramaccioni insists he will “always thank Massimo Moratti and Inter” whether he stays for years or is fired tomorrow.
Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel have recovered in time for Sunday night’s Inter-Udinese match.
Antonio Di Natale is back in training and insists he wants to be there so Udinese can beat Inter tomorrow.
Udinese midfielder Giampiero Pinzi has insisted that his side 'have to win' against Inter on Sunday.
Antonio Di Natale has trained today, and could be fit for Udinese's trip to Inter on Sunday.
Watford star Matej Vydra’s agent assured “we will find the solution that is best for Udinese and the boy.”
Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo insists boss Francesco Guidolin will not be a part of this summer’s managerial merry-go-round.
Antonio Di Natale is a real doubt for Udinese’s trip to Inter on Sunday, as he was diagnosed with a sprained calf muscle.
Antonio Di Natale has told Italy boss Cesare Prandelli that he’ll respond to the call if he is needed for next year’s World Cup.