Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso, who has been linked with moves to Roma and Inter, said he ‘continues to improve’ with every Serie A game.
The Argentine has played 89 League games with the Friuli ahead of tonight’s match against Milan, and his performances in Udine has led to interest from some of the giants in the division.
Musso said his growth path with the Bianconeri has helped him improve.
“The experience gained in almost 100 Serie A games, the fact of knowing better the opponents and teammates are all factors that have given me serenity,” the goalkeeper told Serie A’s official YouTube channel.
“When you feel calm, everything becomes easier, even what you already knew.
“Today, I’m a very different goalkeeper compared to when I made my debut. I have grown up, I continue to improve game after game.”
Musso, who arrived from Racing Club in July 2018, has kept 28 clean sheets in Serie A so far.