Antonio Di Natale
UDINE, ITALY - MAY 15: Antonio Di Natale of Udinese Calcio say hello to the fans after their last games the Serie A match between Udinese Calcio and Carpi FC at Stadio Friuli on May 15, 2016 in Udine, Italy. (Photo by Dino Panato/Getty Images)

Antonio Di Natale feels his ex Udinese teammate Luis Muriel “will do really well on the left of the Fiorentina trident.”

Muriel who joined from Sevilla on a €1m loan was given also given option for buy at €12-15m during end of the season.

“If he came to Florence with the desire to prove what a great player he really is, then I am sure he’ll do brilliantly,” Di Natale told La Repubblica as quoted in Football Italia.

The duo were teammates at Udinese in 2012-13, but while Di Natale scored 23 goals and Muriel scored 11.

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“Muriel is a player who can make the difference. He can play as a support striker, but in Stefano Pioli’s 4-3-3 system it’ll be very similar to the role he had with me at Udinese.

“I can picture him doing really well on the left of the Fiorentina trident, with Federico Chiesa on the right and Giovanni Simeone in the centre.

“He’s a striker who likes to move around a lot, taking opponents on with his pace. You’ll see he will focus a great deal on that.”