The representative of Fabio Borini has been unable to confirm reports that Juventus are interested in his client.
Stories this morning suggested that the Italian champions were following the forward who is now part-owned by Roma and Parma.
“I don’t know anything about Juventus’ interest,” Marco De Marchi told Roma News. “I don’t know if the clubs have spoken.
“I haven’t been contacted by Juventus, Parma or Roma.
“But it is only normal that a player like Fabio, someone who has margins of improvement, is being monitored by the top clubs after the season he has had.”
The 21-year-old joined Parma on a Bosman from Chelsea last summer. He was then sent out on loan to Roma who subsequently bought a 50 per cent share in him during January.
Borini, part of Italy’s 32-man Euro 2012 long-list, scored nine goals in 24 League games for the Giallorossi this term.
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