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Colombian hotshot Luis Muriel could be on his way out of Udinese in the summer after his agent revealed that the forward may seek pastures new in search of greater first-team opportunities.
The highly-rated 23-year-old has been monitored by table-topping Liverpool, as well as Manchester United, over the past few seasons.
He has had a difficult season at Udinese this year, managing only 12 league starts, but his representative Helmut Wennin insists the player is focused on his current club and securing a place in Colombia's World Cup squad - for the time-being.
He told Calciomercatonews: "For now, he wants to play all the games possible with Udinese and the play the best he can ahead of the World Cup. Here we talk about football and Muriel is prepared to move wherever there is an opportunity."
Wennin also played down talk Muriel will seek a move to Fiorentina in order to link up with his friend and compatriot Juan Cuadrado, who is wanted by Arsenal.
The agent added: "[Will he go] to Fiorentina with [Juan] Cuadrado? Cuadrado is a great friend of his, but he has many others."