We won’t know where Sebastian Giovinco will be playing his club football next season until after Euro 2012.
The forward, co-owned between Parma and Juventus, is a wanted man on the transfer market after his 15 Serie A goals this term.
“He’ll go to a club who will make him feel important and where he will be given the opportunity to demonstrate his qualities with regularity,” representative Andrea D’Amico told Radio Mana Mana.
“At his 25-years-of-age, the technical project is more important than money,” continued the agent.
“We’ve received a lot of offers from Italy and Europe, including a recent one from Barcelona. But it is still too soon and everything will be decided after the European Championship.”
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