Fabio Quagliarella's agent has slammed shut the January transfer window. "He's staying at Juventus."
The Italian international is struggling to get a game in Turin after making just one 14-minute substitute appearance so far this season.
He has subsequently been paired with a possible move to Milan, while Genoa today claimed that they could make an offer for him at Christmas.
However, contacted by Tutto Juve, Beppe Bozzo has rejected the possibility of an imminent Turin exit for his client.
"There is absolutely nothing in the reports," Bozzo stated. "All of these stories are unfounded, they don't belong in the air or on the ground.
"Fabio is very happy to be at Juventus and he wants to stay in Bianconero.
"I can categorically rule out a January transfer. Quagliarella is going nowhere in January and he'll definitely stay at Juve."
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