Udinese president Giampaolo Pozzo has revealed that talented forward Diego Fabbrini could be farmed out on loan in the January transfer window.
Fabbrini, 22, has been unable to hold on to a regular starting berth at Friuli and has expressed his desire to leave the club in search of first team football.
Udinese chairman Giampaolo Pozzo is ready to grant the player’s wish, but states that outright transfer is out of the question.
“He wants to play more regularly, but the Coach can only pick 11 players,” chairman Giampaolo Pozzo told Il Messaggero Veneto.
“If he wants to go and play somewhere else then we’ll send him out on loan, but we’ll never sell him outright because we believe in him.”
Diego Fabbrini arrived at Friuli in the summer of 2011 from Empoli and went on to score 2 goals in 14 Serie A appearances during his first season at the club.
He has featured in just 7 league matches this term, but played in six European fixtures for the Zebrette.
Fabbrini started the season as a first team regular, but only to fall behind Luis Muriel in the pecking order later into the campaign.