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English temptation, but even if Udogie wants to leave Udinese has to be redone

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English temptation, but even if Udogie wants to leave Udinese has to be redone

The young lateral now surrounded by the court of the big ones. And with Deulofeu leaving, the whole defense needs to be rebuilt

UDINE. Agree for the compliments that flatter and there is also room for advances, but also in the courtship of the transfer market it is always advisable to take one step at a time.

In short, there is always time and way to yield, and Udinese have been putting it into practice for years given the tried and tested policy based on respect for a basic balance such as that between budget and performance.

This is why, in the face of recent news related to the losses of Pablo Marì and Nehuen Perez in defense, combined with those who want Gerard Deulofeu, Nahuel Molina and Rodrigo Becao on the starting foot, it will be necessary to pay close attention to the number of illustrious transfers that the Udinese will be able to afford. And this, precisely because there could be a risk of impoverishing the technical heritage set up last year, and enhanced especially in the second half of the season by Gabriele Cioffi.

ONE TOO MUCH

It is true that many of the negotiations set up must be finalized, but reading the names of the possible starters there is really the risk of “redoing” more than half a team, especially if the name of Destiny Udogie joins the list. Incidentally, the company has not included the class of 2002 among the “expendable”, given that the project on the former Verona points to another vintage in Friuli, in order to combine the technical performance with the future capital gain for a maximum value, but the reality is that the player is having more and more pressing demands.

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TEMPTATION DESTINY

From England, in fact, they push Brighton and Tottenham and in Italy they made themselves under Juve and Inter. These are all attentions welcomed by the club, firm in the valuation of 25 million, but they are also temptations that are also turning the head of the southpaw who is enjoying his holidays in Miami. Udogie, who has a contract with Udinese until 2026, would have informed the club that he was well prepared for the sale, and the same intention would have also made this present to the Football Service of Stefano Antonelli, the former management consultant of Gino Pozzo from 2008 to 2012, who takes care of the power of attorney and who, at the same time, also knows very well the will of Udinese, determined to keep Udogie for another year.

SCENARIO

Antonelli therefore seems called to give a blow to the circle and one to the barrel, and perhaps also for this reason he got “pinched” on Tuesday in Milan at the Inter headquarters, where he listened to the proposals of the Nerazzurri, reiterating the intention of the Pozzo and also the price tag.

It seems clear that maintaining the player’s power of attorney would also be an advantage for Udinese, who would end up with a nice nest egg if he were to sell Udogie, but also with only Leonardo Buta, just acquired as a substitute in that role, and with a line of defense and outsiders to be redone. All this, not to mention that Juventus is attentive and in addition to the money they could propose that Filippo Ranocc hia, midfielder class ’01 that Sottil likes so much.

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