Juan Musso insists he is happy at Udinese but has left the door open to a summer exit, amid links to Inter and Roma.
Inter are widely reported to be considering Musso as a long-term replacement for Samir Handanovic, after the 27-year-old enjoyed another impressive season in Udine.
Roma are also thought to be interested in a deal for the Argentine goalkeeper, although Jose Mourinho’s side would be unable to offer UEFA Champions League football like Inter can.
“I can’t say I’ll definitely stay at Udinese,” Musso told OneFootball.com (via FcInterNews.it).
“If someone makes a good offer for me and for the club, it’s right that everyone wins.
“But I’m happy here, it’s not like I’m looking for happiness elsewhere.
“It can be nice to hear of this interest for me, but I want to finish my work here at Udinese and I’m not losing sleep over other clubs wanting me or not.
“It doesn’t make sense for me to think about things I can’t control.
“The rumours don’t come from my or from my agent, I can assure that.”
Musso has established himself as one of Serie A’s most talented goalkeepers, having joined Udinese from Racing Club back in 2018.
He impressed back in January when Luca Gotti’s side held Inter to a goalless draw at the Dacia Arena, making one particularly impressive save on his former teammate Lautaro Martinez.
Inter got their revenge on the final day of the season last weekend, thrashing Udinese 5-1 at San Siro before their Serie A title party.