Cristian Zapata claims a number of clubs, including Arsenal, have made enquiries about his availability.
Defender says several sides are monitoring his situation
Udinese defender Cristian Zapata has claimed a number of clubs, including Arsenal, have made enquiries about his availability.
The powerful Colombian was linked with a move to the Gunners last summer after it was suggested Udinese rejected a £9.5million bid.
Zapata, 22, has impressed in Serie A this campaign and he has suggested a move away from Stadio Friuli could be in the offing.
Zapata said: "Juventus, Fiorentina, Milan, Arsenal and Villarreal have asked for information about me.
"Lots of teams follow me, but there is need of a concrete offer. I feel good. I played a good championship on a personal level and I am happy.
"Being in Italy also gives me the opportunity to play for my country and attempt to go to the World Cup in South Africa next year."
He added to calciomercato.com
: "I repeat I have a contract until 2013, but if Udinese receive a good offer they will sell me.
"Udinese have no need to sell me quickly. I am 22 and I have become a guarantee. We will see what happens in the future."