Udinese are weighing up summer move for Chievo striker Alberto Paloschi, La Gazzetta dello Sport can reveal.
The Zebrette expect to stay without club icon Antonio Di Natale at the end of the season, and having earlier sold Luis Muriel to Sampdoria, they are in the market for attacking reinforcements.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Udinese have made Chievo’s Alberto Paloschi their number one target having been impressed with the player’s performances over the last two campaigns.
The 25-year-old has been making steady progress ever since he joined the club from AC Milan in the summer of 2011, and he scored his career high 13 league goals last term.
Paloschi netted nine times in the current Serie A campaign, but he has clearly done enough to catch the eye of Udinese scouts.
Chievo boss Rolando Maran is desperate to keep hold of his prized asset, but the Flying Donkeys are not in a position to reject a serious offer for his services.