Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has asked his club to do all it can to keep Sebastian Giovinco at the Stadio Tardini.
The Italian international, co-owned with Juventus, is wanted by a host of Europe’s top sides after 15 Serie A goals this term.
“I hope that Giovinco can continue to do well for Parma,” the former Italian national boss told Sky Sport Italia.
“He’s a unique lad, someone who plays with serenity and that allows him to always do some important things.
“He’s grown up a lot and I hope that will continue. Egotistically speaking, I would want that to happen at Parma!”
Giovinco’s agent yesterday revealed that Manchester City have requested information  about his availability.
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