The Nerazzurri face the Friuli on Sunday and have been linked with a move for their opponent’s Argentine goalkeeper and thus a possible reunion with former Racing Club teammate Lautaro Martinez.
“Lautaro is playing for a great team, the best in Italy,” Musso told Goal.com. “They have an incredible history.
“But I’m calm, I don’t want to go crazy because of the rumours of the transfer market. Let’s say the rumours doesn’t keep me up at night.
“I have a good relationship with Lautaro. We see each other a lot, even when we travel for international duty.
“I saw him grow at the youth team of Racing, we were in the first team together and now we are both in Serie A.”
But the target of the talented shot stopper is clear, he wants to play in the prestigious Champions League.
“I have already said that the Champions League is a dream for me,” he continued. “The teams that play in the Champions League are great clubs.
“I would be very happy if a favourable offer arrives for both me and Udinese. I would be very happy if we are all happy, because it would be good for everyone.”
Musso looks forward to the match against Inter and praised captain Rodrigo de Paul.
“He’s a really important player for us,” he said. “And this season he has shown that he has grown a lot.
“There’s also a group of Argentines here, and together we are doing well. We help each other improve.
“Inter are the best team in Serie A, but we can’t wait to play. We believe we can do it. In Udine we drew 0-0 in the first leg, so we know we can put them under pressure.”