The agent of Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso has confirmed that there are a number of different clubs keeping tabs on the Argentinian international.
The 25-year-old was originally linked with a £25m move to Stamford Bridge back in early February, but since then the likes of Inter Milan have also emerged as a potential destination.
Asked about Musso’s future, his representative Vicente Montes told Calciomercato.com that there are teams interested in signing the keeper:
“We must recognize that several teams from various leagues are following him closely. It is obvious that, with his age, with two seasons in Europe behind him, with an Italian passport, demonstrating quality and professionalism, as well as to his consolidated internationality with the Argentine national team, Musso is destined to become the goalkeeper of a great European team.”
Chelsea are apparently looking for a replacement for Kepa Arrizabalaga and it seems Musso is one of the players who is on the club’s radar along with Ajax’s Andre Onana and Manchester United’s Dean Henderson.
His record this season for Udinese isn’t much to write home about, though, having conceded 37 goals and kept nine clean sheets in 26 Serie A appearances.
Musso’s performances over the past 12 months have, however, been recognised at international level, with the Argentine getting his first senior cap in March last year.