Parma risk going to a blind auction for both Sebastian Giovinco and Fabio Borini, as they are yet to reach an agreement with Roma.
Players who are co-owned between two clubs must learn their fate before June 22 or go to a blind auction, which is where both sides place a bid in a sealed envelope and the highest offer wins total control of the contract.
Borini was signed by Parma as a free agent in the summer when his contract with Chelsea expired and immediately sold half his ownership to Roma.
It is widely reported that the two clubs are struggling to reach an agreement over his future, as Roma do not want to pay the €7m Parma are asking for.
According to Calcionews24, there is a very high risk that the matter will go to a blind auction.
Another decisive meeting is planned over the next few days to discuss the Italian international.
Parma are in a similar situation with Giovinco and Juventus.
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