Fabio Quagliarella rejected the opportunity to leave Juventus during the January transfer window, his agent has confirmed.
The player was being linked with an exit given his lack of guaranteed playing time in Turin, but he didn’t consider quitting Vinovo.
“He had a lot of offers, offers from Europe too,” Beppe Bozzo told calciomercato.it. “But his desire was to always stay at Juve.
“He is and remains an important player, a very important player for the Bianconeri,” the representative underlined.
“His goal ratio is one of the best out there and I hope that he gets to play more regularly because he deserves it.
“He is a great professional.”
Quagliarella is Juventus’ top scorer in Serie A this season with seven goals in 16 appearances – 10 of those came from the start.
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