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Saturday June 9 2012
Inter in for Giovinco?

As Juventus are hesitating for Sebastian Giovinco, it’s reported Inter could dive in with cash plus Marco Davide Faraoni and Juan Jesus.

The Atomic Ant is co-owned by Juve and Parma, who have still not worked out what he will do next season.

If they fail to reach an agreement by June 22, then the matter will go to a blind auction – where both clubs put a figure in a sealed envelope and the highest bid wins the other 50 per cent of the player.

Parma could take full ownership and potentially sell him to a third party, as La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Inter are prepared to fund a larger bid to ensure Juve are cut out.

In total, the Ducali would expect €25m to sell Giovinco, but this would include players like Juan Jesus and Philippe Coutinho.

Inter hope to keep hold of Coutinho and instead hand over Under-21 international midfielder Faraoni.

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