Amauri has yet to be told what Juventus will do with him over the summer, his representative has stated.
The Italian striker has spent the last six months on loan at Parma where he has re-found his scoring touch.
Reports this morning claimed that Juve would offer him to Parma in order for the Gialloblu to not take up their co-ownership option on Sebastian Giovinco.
"We still haven't met with Juventus," Giampiero Pocetta told Calciomercato.it. "Only after that happens will we know a little more as to what is likely to occur.
"I read in the newspapers that Amauri is available for transfer, but the Bianconeri have not officially told me so.
"Seeing that he has just a year left on his contract, I think the player's own wishes will be a key factor in what happens."
Fiorentina and Lazio have also been paired with the Brazilian-born forward who made his debut for Italy this season.