Sebastian Giovinco is reportedly back on the Arsenal radar after struggling to break into the Juventus starting XI.
The Atomic Ant was one of the brightest young prospects in Italian football, but lost his way with little playing time since joining Juventus in July 2012.
Now 27 years old, he rejected a mid-season move to Lazio and scored four goals in 30 appearances in all competition this season, providing six assists.
He was involved in 17 Serie A games this term, but only started six of them.
According to the Daily Express, Arsenal have revived their interest in support striker Giovinco.
The Gunners had already been linked with the ex-Parma talent last summer and again in January.
Giovinco’s contract with Juve expires in June 2015, so it is likely he will be sold rather than let the deal run down and risk losing him as a free agent.
He is valued at around €12m (£10.5m) and has one goal in 17 senior Italy caps.
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