Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has insisted that Jonathan Biabiany won’t be leaving for Juventus in January.
Reports in the Italian Press in recent weeks had suggested that the winger could be tempted into a move to the Bianconeri.
However, the Crociati chief has claimed that is not the case, but did concede that he’d like Sebastian Giovinco to come the other way.
“Juve have never asked about Biabiany,” he told Rai Sport. “So I’m not even thinking about selling.
“There is no negotiation to talk about.
“Giovinco? I’m sorry to see him playing so little at Juve. He’s the sort of play that lights up a game when he plays.
“For me, I’d like it, but I’m not so sure.”
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