Indeed, Marino says there's no plans to sell any players in January.
“This year he has only shown 50 percent of his potential during the games," he told Radio24.
“In training, however, we have seen that he's a champion. He is a starter for Argentina, a team full of players worth at least €50m.
“It all depends on the requests that arrive. He's a world-class player, we'll see.
“The club was been very generous to us by not letting him go for some substantial offers during the summer.
“Udinese won't sell anyone."