Udinese director Pierpaolo Marino discussed the restart of the Serie A season and the future of Inter target Juan Musso in an interview in today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Ready to resume season? As soon as everything is safe, yes. Let’s think about finishing this season, but let’s also get the next season off to a good start.”
He then spoke about the many Udinese players who are being in discussed in relation to this summer’s transfer market, such as Rolando Mandragora, Rodrigo De Paul, Juan Musso, Seko Fofana and Ken Sema.
“We’ll have to rebuild the midfield. Mandragora is sought after by many big clubs, De Paul, who is a champion in every sense, and Fofana could all leave. We’ll be looking more abroad, Italian players are expensive.”
Finally, Marino spoke about Inter target Juan Musso, who has impressed with the Friulian club this season.
“He reminds me of Tacconi, who I had at Avellino. He could stay another year to complete his growth process. He’s expensive. However, we are inclined to keep a player of a certain level.”
Inter have been looking for a future replacement for 35-year-old club captain Samir Handanovic. The Slovenian is set to start for the Nerazzurri next season but the Milanese club are looking for a player to fill in his shoes after the end of the 2020/21 season.
Musso is one of the many players being considered, with the 25-year-old impressing in Udine. He has made 27 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2430 minutes. In that time, he has kept nine clean sheets and conceded 38 goals.