Juventus and Parma reportedly held initial discussions about the future of Sebastian Giovinco on Monday.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, Juve chief Andrea Agnelli travelled down to see Parma counterpart Tommaso Ghirardi.
Giovinco is co-owned by both clubs after the Tardini chief bought a 50 per cent share in him over the summer following last season’s successful loan spell.
Giovinco has made a fine start to the present campaign and it is understood that Juve are considering a Turin recall.
The Old Lady will be losing the services of captain Alessandro Del Piero at the end of the season once his contract expires.
Agnelli is understood to have wanted to discuss the Italian international with Ghirardi amidst fears that Chelsea could put themselves in a position to sign the No 10.
Giovinco missed last night’s international friendly between Italy and Uruguay because of injury.
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