Fabio Quagliarella Can’t Pick Between Juventus & Inter

The sought-after Udinese ace has claimed he has no idea where he will play next season because both clubs are such heavyweights.

Press reports in the peninsula have suggested that Serie A giants Juventus and Inter will continue their rivalry in the Calciomercato this summer as both clubs have reportedly set their sights on Udinese and Italy striker Fabio Quagliarella.

Juve have long been keeping tabs on the Neapolitan hitman but Inter have now allegedly joined the hunt after coach Jose Mourinho sang his praises earlier this month.

“They are both great sides - I have no preference,” Quagliarella told Rai Due show ‘La Domenica Sportiva’ last night.

“It’s obvious that every player is pleased to be linked with such great clubs. However, it is just paper talk for now. Mourinho complimented me and that was very nice.”

The Italian media have also speculated that Napoli might make a move for the 26-year-old.

“[Napoli president Aurelio] De Laurentiis has already explained his thoughts about me and said they are looking for a different type of striker,” he concluded.

Quagliarella moved to Udinese from Sampdoria in 2007 and has a contract with the Friulians until 2012.
 
Vince Masiello, Goal.com