Amauri will leave Juventus during the January transfer window, his representative has confirmed.
The 31-year-old striker turned down a number of summer destinations in order to remain in Turin, but he hasn't featured under new boss Antonio Conte.
"He thought that he'd find some space in the team, but that has not been the case," agent Giampiero Pocetta told footmercato.fr.
"He'll certainly leave Juventus and the situation will become a lot clearer in the next six weeks," he added.
"A move to France? We'll certainly listen to and consider all offers that we receive."
Amauri, who is on a €3.8m salary with the Old Lady, is contracted to the Bianconeri until June 2012.
Numerous sides made offers for the Brazilian-born Italian international in August, including Marseille.
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