Brescia have criticised Juventus for scuppering their attempts to sell Omar El Kaddouri to Parma.
The two clubs agreed a fee, but the attacking midfielder rejected the Stadio Tardini option after Juventus showed an interest.
The Old Lady have now pulled out of a bid and Parma too have decided to turn their attention to other players.
“It looks like the subject of El Kaddouri is over for Juventus,” Brescia chief Gino Corioni told Tutto Juve. “You’ll have to ask them why…
“I was ready to sell the player to Juventus, but they didn’t want to in the end. I should report Juventus because of this.
“The boy didn’t want to go anywhere else when he was told of the possibility of Juventus – and there were sides who could offer more than Juve.
“Juventus have ultimately damaged me and I don’t really want to say anything else.”
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