A future in Italy is looking increasingly unlikely for Juventus striker Amauri, his agent has indicated.
The Old Lady will sell the Brazilian-born Italian international this summer seeing as he has less than a year left on his contract.
Although paired with the likes of Parma, Genoa, Milan and Fiorentina, there seems to be more interest in him from outside of the peninsula.
"The transfer market still has some time to run and we're looking for a solution that suits him," Giampiero Pocetta noted.
"Interest from Milan? That's fantasy football, there has been nothing official from the Rossoneri.
"I haven't had any real offers from Italian sides, but I can confirm that we have concrete offers from abroad."
French outfit Marseille are understood to be keen on the 31-year-old who spent the last six months of 2010-11 on loan at Parma.
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