The agent of Amauri is expected to meet with Juventus officials on Tuesday in a bid to find a club for his client.
The Brazilian-born Italian international will be sold by the Old Lady this summer before his contract expires in June 2012.
A host of sides have been paired with his services, but it seems that Juve's €7m asking price and the forward's current €4m a season wages are proving problematic.
Some reports this morning are suggesting that German club Wolfsburg are interested in the player who spent six months on loan at Parma last term.
It's unclear whether Amauri would accept that outfit as a destination.
Meanwhile, the same Bundesliga outfit have shown an interest in Lazio striker Sergio Floccari.
Wolfsburg are keen on netting the striker on loan, whereas Lazio President Claudio Lotito wants to sell outright.
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