UDINESE NEWS

Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo has claimed that his team do not need to sell their star players in the summer.
Luis Muriel will probably remain with Udinese despite transfer interest from Milan and Juventus, claims his agent.
Milan man Mathieu Flamini has been given a one game suspension after being sent off against Napoli last weekend.
Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli has praised Udinese, claiming the Zebrette are an example to follow.
Udinese attacker Roberto Pereyra has claimed that the Zebrette can still make the Europa League places this season.
Roberto Donadoni called it Parma's worst performance and Francesco Guidolin was overjoyed against the odds.
Inter capitulated amid more controversy against Cagliari, Erik Lamela’s stunner sank Torino and Udinese shocked Parma.
The away end of Pescara’s Stadio Adriatico has been named after Piermario Morosini a year on from the Livorno player’s death here.
Udinese visit Parma on Sunday minus talismanic captain Antonio Di Natale, but Francesco Guidolin hopes “we can do well even without him.”
Udinese defender Mehdi Benatia continues to attract interest from around Italy and Europe, including Tottenham and Chelsea.
Juventus have confirmed their interest in Stevan Jovetic, but it’s now reported they are also eyeing his Fiorentina teammate Juan Cuadrado.
Udinese have shot down reports suggesting that Napoli have asked them for Moroccan international Mehdi Benatia.
The agent of Matej Vydra has claimed that it is still unclear as to whether the Udinese forward will stay with Watford on loan next season.
Francesco Guidolin said that volley left him breathless, but Eugenio Corini felt Chievo deserved more.
Josip Ilicic inspired Palermo’s shock victory away to Sampdoria, but Parma held Siena, Cagliari stalled Catania and Antonio Di Natale sank Chievo.
Francesco Guidolin is glad to meet with “my dear friend” Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini again at the Stadio Friuli.
Eugenio Corini has warned Chievo “are not safe yet” as he is forced to completely reshuffle his side against Udinese.
Udinese defender Maurizio Domizzi believes that Antonio Di Natale will return to scoring ways very soon.
Antonio Di Natale may be struggling in front of goal, but he could soon sign a new contract with Udinese.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has insisted that he is not worried about Antonio Di Natale's lack of goals.