The agent of Manolo Gabbiadini doesn’t think Juventus will consider selling their 50 per cent share of the striker.
The Italian Under-21 international is co-owned with Atalanta, but he is of interest to numerous Serie A sides.
“The co-ownership between Juventus and Atalanta was renewed last week, but the sporting rights now belong to the Bianconeri,” Silvio Pagliari told Radio Sei.
“We are also in discussions with Juventus about renewing the boy’s contract and that shows that they believe in him.
“From what I have understood from Turin, I don’t think they have any intention of selling their half in the forward.
“Whoever wants a 50 per cent stake in him will thus have to speak with Atalanta as well, I think that their half is more appetising.”
Fiorentina, Sampdoria and Lazio are just three sides keen on the player who spent 2012-13 on loan with Bologna.
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