Marco Motta looks to have a choice between three mid-table sides in the summer, as Juventus reportedly consider using him as a makeweight.
Whilst struggling to break through in the first half of the season at Juventus under Antonio Conte, the right-sided full-back has interested other clubs off the back of a six-month loan spell at Catania.
According to TuttoJuve, the Bianconeri are looking to use this interest to their advantage and employ the 25-year-old once-capped Italian as a bargaining chip in the summer market.
Specifically, any potential negotiations for one of Gaston Ramirez, Sebastian Giovinco and Federico Peluso could now involve the defender, given that the trio of Bologna, Parma and Atalanta are said to be tracking him with a view to next season.
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