Udinese prepared to let four players leave
Udinese are ready to let a number of their players leave the club with as many as four outgoing transfers possible from the Friulani on Monday.
The Messagero Veneto are reporting that the Zebrette could be set for a busy end to the transfer window, with Gabriel Torje’s long-mooted move to Hamburg not yet confirmed.
The Romanian is yet to accept the German side’s offer but has not featured in Francesco Guidolin’s plans this season.
The newspaper also indicated that Abdoul Sissoko, who spent last season on loan with Brest in France, is very close to joining Spanish side Hercules.
Meanwhile young Brazilian defender Neuton’s deal to join Reggina, who currently play in Serie B, is also nearing completion though it is unclear if the transfer will be a permanent one or a loan.
Finally Atalanta have expressed an interest in bringing German midfielder Alexander Merkel to Bergamo, though his departure may be dependent on which other players Udinese allow to leave during the course of the day.