Antonio Di Natale's agent has applauded the Udinese star for rejecting a summer move to Juventus.
The Old Lady targeted the 33-year-old in the closing stages of the last transfer window after selling Diego to Wolfsburg.
However, despite talks having already taken place between both clubs, Di Natale snubbed the offer in order to remain at Udinese.
"Di Natale continues to do well for Udinese," Bruno Carpeggiani stated. "I respect the decisions of all of my clients.
"I can today say that Di Natale was right to stay in Udine over the summer rather than to join Juventus."
The Italian international, who last played for his country at the 2010 World Cup, is currently at the top of the Serie A scoring charts.
Di Natale, who was last term's top scorer with 29 goals in Serie A, has netted 10 so far this term – the same amount as Napoli's Edinson Cavani.
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