UDINESE NEWS

Udinese’s sporting director admits there is interest in Allan from Inter, Fiorentina and ‘a Russian club’.
Roma have announced that the squad will placed in a training camp or ‘ritiro’ after the defeat to Milan on Saturday.
Antonio Di Natale admits he could stay at Udinese beyond this season - ‘I’ll have to think hard’.
Cesena were beaten 3-2 at home by Sassuolo and mathematically relegated, as Atalanta won 3-2 in Palermo and Sampdoria conquered Udinese 4-1.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria “season starts here” against Udinese, as they must reboot for Europe.
After the round that saw Juventus walk away with their fourth successive title Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 34.
The agent of Udinese midfielder Allan says Napoli want his client, and though the Zebrette don’t want to sell ‘common sense will prevail’.
Mattia De Sciglio has had his one game ban confirmed after being sent off in Milan’s defeat to Napoli on Sunday.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini slammed the referee for “having a really bad day” after two red cards.
Rolando Maran said Chievo “almost took all three points” off Inter at San Siro and aren’t done surprising yet.
Antonio Di Natale said it was “an honour” to beat Roberto Baggio’s record, but won’t discuss his Udinese future.
Lazio clawed back a draw away to Atalanta, so Roma go second, while Chievo scared Inter, Fiorentina crushed Cesena and Antonio Di Natale beat Verona.
Follow all the action as it happens from today’s games Atalanta-Lazio, Inter-Chievo, Fiorentina-Cesena and Verona-Udinese.
Andrea Stramaccioni wants Udinese to be focused on their defence against the Verona threat of Luca Toni.http://www.football-italia.net/SerieA/match/preview/53111
Inter may close the deal for Chievo full-back Ervin Zukanovic this Monday, while in hot pursuit for Udinese's Allan and Verona's Jacopo Sala.
With Juventus, Roma and Lazio back to winning ways it was a return to normality in week 33 as Dave Taylor selects his top XI.
Allan is the subject of interest from Inter and Napoli, as well as foreign clubs, Udinese’s sporting director has revealed.
Andrea Stramaccioni praised Udinese and Antonio Di Natale for out-playing Inter when down to nine men.
Roberto Mancini was furious with Inter after “four or five of my players acted as if this was a training session” against nine-man Udinese.
Inter earned a 2-1 victory, but Udinese pushed them right to the end with nine men and Antonio Di Natale matched Roberto Baggio.