Pizarro and Jancker set to go
By Patrick Goss
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
David Pizarro has slammed suggestions that he has signed a new deal with Udinese, with the Chile star stating that he is looking to leave the Serie A side.
Pizarro's failure to agree a new deal has caused major strife at Udinese - who have even left the player out of the side because of his stance.
The South American has dismissed stories that he is set to agree a deal that would keep him at the club until 2007 - and looks set to leave as a free agent in the summer when his current contract expires.
"I haven't signed and I will never sign," said Pizarro.
The Chilean nearly left the club in the summer for Lazio - but the well publicised financial problems at the Roman club prevented him completing the switch.
Meanwhile, Carsten Jancker's stay at the club looks to be drawing to a close after a public dressing down by supremo Giampolo Pozzo.
"I've had a lot of patience with him," stated Pozzo. "It seems he came to Italy to be a tourist."
Although German Jancker has defended himself - it seems that he will be leaving soon.
German international manager Rudi Voeller has admitted that he will not consider the giant forward until he is playing regularly.
"Carsten must get away from there and find a club where he is set to play regularly," said Voller