Udinese’s Juan Musso: “I want to play in a team that plays regularly in the Champions League.”


Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso has been one of the strongest goalkeepers in Serie A this season.

Along with fellow Argentine Rodrigo De Paul, the 26 year-old has been one of the strongest performers under manager Luca Gotti, which has led to a number of big Italian clubs wanting to acquire him, including Roma and Inter.

“The interest from Roma and Inter motivated me because it meant I’m doing well,” he said during an interview with Olè.

“Everything was stopped this summer, though, so it didn’t bother me that a move didn’t happen. I knew Inter has a goalkeeper with two seasons left on his contract, perhaps that investment could have been made at another time. I also heard about Roma, but I’m sure that I’ll make when the time is right.”

”It’s what I want, I want to play in a team that’s used to playing in the Champions League and has reasons to fight for the title. This is what I aspire for and it will come at the right time.”

He continued, “I feel appreciated here in Italy, I don’t read the newspapers a lot but many seem to notice the consistency which I’ve played with.”

“But it doesn’t mean I’m anxious, many times things happen when you least expect them. Physically I feel good and I always assume my responsibilities in each match.”

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