Udinese Director Pierpaolo Marino: “Inter Targets De Paul & Musso Will Cost A Lot”
Inter have been warned they will need to spend big if they want Rodrigo de Paul or Juan Musso from Udinese.
Both the midfielder and goalkeeper have been strongly linked with moves away from the Bianconeri for several transfer windows now, with a host of clubs said to have an interest in each player.
Inter are one of the clubs to have an interest in both De Paul and Musso and face no shortage of competition for their signatures, but Udinese’s technical director Pierpaolo Marino insists the club have no intention of selling either on the cheap at the end of this season.
“It will take a lot of money to get them,” Marino explained in an interview with Italian radio station Radio Marte last night.
“But it’s not as if we’ve gone out looking for buyers.
“I don’t have to advertise them; if someone doesn’t realise how strong they are, then selfishly it’s better for me.”
De Paul, who is Udinese’s captain, has five goals and seven assists in 27 appearances across all competitions for Luca Gotti’s side this season.
Musso has kept a total of eight clean sheets in 25 games meanwhile, most recently during Saturday’s 2-0 win over Sassuolo.