Juventus director general Beppe Marotta is in charge of Sebastian Giovinco’s future, his agent has suggested.
The Italian international is currently at Parma after the Stadio Tardini outfit bought a 50 per cent share in his services over the summer.
Giovinco has impressed so far this term and his performances have seen him linked with a return to Turin at the end of the campaign.
“You’ll have to ask Marotta if you want to know about the future of Giovinco,” representative Andrea D’Amico told Sportsbook24.net.
“The player’s intention is to just end the current campaign at Parma in the best possible manner,” he continued.
“For now, the most important thing is to do well for his club. We’ll only consider a future destination in June.”
The Atomic Ant, now 24, is a product of Juventus’ youth system.
He’s scored three goals in 33 Serie A games for the Old Lady. Since his initial loan move to Parma in 2010, he’s netted 14 goals in 43 top-flight appearances.