Udinese head coach Luca Gotti has conceded that his side will lose key duo Juan Musso and Rodrigo De Paul this summer, but only if the right offers arrive.
The Rossoneri have repeatedly been linked with a €35m move for De Paul over the past year as have city rivals Inter.
The 25-year-old has five goals and two assists in 22 league games for the Friulian club this season, and it has been widely reported that he will look to further his career by moving this summer.
Meanwhile, Musso has also been linked with a €30m move to both Milan giants, with both clubs having uncertainties regarding their goalkeeping situations.
The Rossoneri may have to replace Gianluigi Donnarumma, while the Nerazzurri are looking at a long-term replacement for Samir Handanovic.
Gotti spoke to the microphones of Radio Sportiva about the future of Udinese’s key players, in particular the aforementioned duo.
“The thing the director Marino says is very likely because these are players who have a lot of market and we know that the reality of Udine is used to preparing players for other challenges,” he said (via Calciomercato.com).
“We will have to understand what the conditions will be, what the market will be and if offers will be congruous to the value of the players themselves. Udinese is not a company that sells its players or that needs to make immediate cash, therefore the situations are all to be seen.”