Udinese star Isla wants move to bigger club

Udinese’s Mauricio Isla has declared his intentions to move to a big club, claiming on his personal website the time is right to make the step up.
The flying Chilean winger has been an integral part of Zebrette line-up since the move from his homeland in 2007. He believes his fifth season at Udinese will be his last, alerting Inter, who are said to be interested.
“I would like to be able to leave for a great club. I think the moment has arrived after five seasons at Udinese.”
Despite stating his intentions, Isla insists he will continue working hard for Udinese: “For now I must continue to work hard every day. At the moment I am not thinking about anything. Everybody here has treated me well and I want to make that quite clear.”
The Udine club are accustomed to losing their biggest stars and sold Alexis Sanchez, Gokhan Inler, plus Cristian Zapata during the transfer window.

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