Vincenzo Iaquinta’s agent claims that he is not sure whether the Juventus striker will be made available for transfer in January.
It is being widely reported that the Old Lady are ready to sell Iaquinta after Christmas, along with fellow forwards Amauri and Luca Toni.
However, speaking to Radio CRC, Andrea D’Amico insisted that no decision had been made over the 2006 World Cup winner.
“As it stands, I’ve not been informed that he is on the transfer list for January,” the representative maintained.
“Iaquinta needs to return to action and, once that happens, boss Antonio Conte and the club directors will decide whether he can be sold or not.”
The former Udinese player, 31, hasn’t appeared for the Old Lady this term after picking up two injuries – the first during pre-season.
Juve are overflowing with attacking options given that they also have Fabio Quagliarella, Alex Del Piero, Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic in their squad.
Iaquinta joined the Bianconeri in 2007.
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