Sebastian Giovinco’s representative has categorically ruled out a January move for the Parma star.
“We haven’t spoken to anyone and we are not interested in doing that either,” Claudio Pasqualin told Parma Today.
“The player has never told us that he wants a change of air. I really don’t understand who puts these rumours into circulation.
“Giovinco is just concentrating on Parma. He’s focused on doing well with the club and not thinking about anything else.”
Andrea D’Amico, who represents the Italian international too, also made it clear that the player would end the season at the Tardini.
“I’ve not spoken to any other club,” he underlined. “I don’t think a January move is an option. Giovinco won’t be leaving next month so the fans can stay calm.”
The attacker, 24, has scored seven goals in 14 Serie A games for the Gialloblu this term as he looks to win a place at Euro 2012.
Giovinco, who spent last season on loan at Parma, is now co-owned with Italian giants Juventus.
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