Valeri Bojinov feels that Juventus would be the right place for Parma star Sebastian Giovinco to be playing his football.
Giovinco is in his second season at the Stadio Tardini, but there are whispers that he will return to Turin given that both clubs own a 50 per cent share in him.
“Sebastian is doing well at Parma, but he should be at Juventus,” Bojinov, who has played alongside the Italian for the Gialloblu, told Sky Sport Italia.
“The Bianconeri must decide to take him back to Turin. He’s an exceptional guy and a player of a great level.
“After this season he must join a club in the Champions League. He’s given Parma a lot, but the big stage now awaits.”
Bojinov presently finds himself at Lecce after a career in which he too has represented the Old Lady of Italian football.
“I have no regrets about Juve,” said the man who was part of their 2006-07 squad. “It was a beautiful experience and I got to know many champions.
“Those people helped me to understand that you can only become a champion if you suffer and work hard.
“It was a spectacular year for us and winning the Serie B title was great.”
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