Serie B side Brescia have admitted that they are in talks with Juventus over the future of Omar El Kaddouri.
The outfit have agreed a €3.6m deal with Parma for the Belgium Under-21 international, but the player has rejected the move given the Old Lady’s interest in him.
“Brescia are talking with Juventus,” Fabio Corioni, the son of President Gino, told TuttoJuve.com on Friday.
“We are two friendly clubs and we want things to go the right way. We want to cash in on him and the boy has many offers.
“We’ll look to do a deal which satisfies everyone.”
The attacking midfielder has less than a year left on his contract and there are claims that the youngster could consider staying to then leave on a Bosman next summer.
“There is that possibility, as there is the possibility that the player could just then train for a year with Brescia…” Corioni continued.
“We don’t want to get into a confrontation with him. We are in constant contact with him, but we can’t just make the boy happy – we have to do what is right for Brescia.
“Interest from other clubs? There are a number of teams who like him, important teams too. Milan? Yes, Milan as well.”
Reports suggest that Juve want to sign him and then send him out on loan to a smaller club to gain top-flight experience.
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