Udinese technical director Pierpaolo Marino has confirmed that the club are willing to listen to offers for right-back Nahuel Molina.
The Argentinian international has been linked with Arsenal in recent weeks and, when asked about potential outgoings, Marino mentioned Molina as one of those who could leave:
“At the moment, they are only rumours. [Gerard] Deulofeu and Molina are important players and, if the right proposal comes along, we will talk about it.”
It should be pointed out that, earlier this month, Marino hinted that Udinese would be more open to selling Molina to another Italian club, rather than allowing him to move abroad.
Juventus have been credited with an interest in the 24-year-old so, if the Bianconeri do make an approach for the defender, it’s likely that Udinese would favour them in any negotiation.
Molina’s asking price is between €25m (£21.5m) to €30m (£26m), but the Gunners do have one trump card. Udinese would like to sign Pablo Mari on a permanent basis after his loan spell in Italy so the Spaniard could be used in a potential part-exchange offer.