Fabio Quagliarella is again being linked with a Juventus exit – but his possible January destination depends on which newspaper you pick up today.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, arch-rivals Inter are apparently very keen on the Italian international.
The Nerazzurri want a fresh face in attack as they are prepared to release Mauro Zarate and Luc Castaignos this month.
Meanwhile, the Corriere dello Sport is suggesting that the former Napoli player could be targeted by Roma.
The Giallorossi, after loaning Marco Borriello to the Old Lady this week, will be without Pablo Daniel Osvaldo for the next two months because of injury.
Nevertheless, Juventus and Quagliarella’s agent have made it clear on numerous occasions this term already that the 28-year-old will stay in Turin.
Quagliarella is now back to full fitness after missing the first six months of 2011 with knee ligament damage.
In eight Serie A appearances this season, of which seven have come as a substitute, he has scored one goal.
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