Arsenal lead Juve and Atletico Madrid in race for Molina

Nahuel Molina is destined for a move to a top club this summer and Arsenal currently lead Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old Argentinian right back has had a great season with Udinese, scoring seven goals and providing four assists in 34 league appearances, and it’s clear that he’s ready to make the jump to a top side, taking the next step in his career following last year’s Copa America victory.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Arsenal have recently expressed concrete interest in Molina and they have a plan to secure the right back; Pablo Mari is currently on loan with Udinese and they could look to include the Spaniard in a possible deal.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are also keen, although the former were not impressed by the €30m price tag. Diego Simeone’s side will decide whether or not they want to make a move for the 24-year-old in a few weeks, after the end of the season.

Arsenal lead Juve and Atletico Madrid in race for Molina

Nahuel Molina is destined for a move to a top club this summer and Arsenal currently lead Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old Argentinian right back has had a great season with Udinese, scoring seven goals and providing four assists in 34 league appearances, and it’s clear that he’s ready to make the jump to a top side, taking the next step in his career following last year’s Copa America victory.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Arsenal have recently expressed concrete interest in Molina and they have a plan to secure the right back; Pablo Mari is currently on loan with Udinese and they could look to include the Spaniard in a possible deal.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are also keen, although the former were not impressed by the €30m price tag. Diego Simeone’s side will decide whether or not they want to make a move for the 24-year-old in a few weeks, after the end of the season.

Arsenal lead Juve and Atletico Madrid in race for Molina

Nahuel Molina is destined for a move to a top club this summer and Arsenal currently lead Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old Argentinian right back has had a great season with Udinese, scoring seven goals and providing four assists in 34 league appearances, and it’s clear that he’s ready to make the jump to a top side, taking the next step in his career following last year’s Copa America victory.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Arsenal have recently expressed concrete interest in Molina and they have a plan to secure the right back; Pablo Mari is currently on loan with Udinese and they could look to include the Spaniard in a possible deal.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are also keen, although the former were not impressed by the €30m price tag. Diego Simeone’s side will decide whether or not they want to make a move for the 24-year-old in a few weeks, after the end of the season.

Thiago Motta: ‘Spezia players will remain in history’

Spezia coach Thiago Motta said his players will ‘remain in history’ after guaranteeing their place in Serie A for next season.

The Liguria club needed two points from the remaining two rounds to secure their top flight status for another year and got it done early, coming back from a goal down to win 3-2 away to Udinese.

That got the party started at the Dacia Arena and Thiago Motta seemed moved to tears by the achievement.

Serie A Highlights: Udinese 2-3 Spezia

“It is a wonderful moment for all we have done to get here. It’s not easy when you already know the other results, as it can be distracting for the lads, but they stayed focused today,” the coach told DAZN.

“These lads have worked so hard from the first day and they will remain in history, because they achieved something extraordinary. I feel privileged at being able to work with this team.”

The former Genoa, PSG and Inter player then joked when asked how the Spezia players were going to celebrate their Serie A safety.

“If the lads don’t invite me along, I’m going to be furious! We win and lose all together, there is still one more game to play and we want to give our best, but today we celebrate.”

Thiago Motta’s future at Spezia is far from certain and there seemed to be moments during the season when he was on the verge of dismissal.

“There is trust between me and the lads, today we just want to focus on celebrating this result.”

Thiago Motta: ‘Spezia players will remain in history’

Spezia coach Thiago Motta said his players will ‘remain in history’ after guaranteeing their place in Serie A for next season.

The Liguria club needed two points from the remaining two rounds to secure their top flight status for another year and got it done early, coming back from a goal down to win 3-2 away to Udinese.

That got the party started at the Dacia Arena and Thiago Motta seemed moved to tears by the achievement.

Serie A Highlights: Udinese 2-3 Spezia

“It is a wonderful moment for all we have done to get here. It’s not easy when you already know the other results, as it can be distracting for the lads, but they stayed focused today,” the coach told DAZN.

“These lads have worked so hard from the first day and they will remain in history, because they achieved something extraordinary. I feel privileged at being able to work with this team.”

The former Genoa, PSG and Inter player then joked when asked how the Spezia players were going to celebrate their Serie A safety.

“If the lads don’t invite me along, I’m going to be furious! We win and lose all together, there is still one more game to play and we want to give our best, but today we celebrate.”

Thiago Motta’s future at Spezia is far from certain and there seemed to be moments during the season when he was on the verge of dismissal.

“There is trust between me and the lads, today we just want to focus on celebrating this result.”

Thiago Motta: ‘Spezia players will remain in history’

Spezia coach Thiago Motta said his players will ‘remain in history’ after guaranteeing their place in Serie A for next season.

The Liguria club needed two points from the remaining two rounds to secure their top flight status for another year and got it done early, coming back from a goal down to win 3-2 away to Udinese.

That got the party started at the Dacia Arena and Thiago Motta seemed moved to tears by the achievement.

Serie A Highlights: Udinese 2-3 Spezia

“It is a wonderful moment for all we have done to get here. It’s not easy when you already know the other results, as it can be distracting for the lads, but they stayed focused today,” the coach told DAZN.

“These lads have worked so hard from the first day and they will remain in history, because they achieved something extraordinary. I feel privileged at being able to work with this team.”

The former Genoa, PSG and Inter player then joked when asked how the Spezia players were going to celebrate their Serie A safety.

“If the lads don’t invite me along, I’m going to be furious! We win and lose all together, there is still one more game to play and we want to give our best, but today we celebrate.”

Thiago Motta’s future at Spezia is far from certain and there seemed to be moments during the season when he was on the verge of dismissal.

“There is trust between me and the lads, today we just want to focus on celebrating this result.”