Fabio Quagliarella is on the radar of Spanish outfit Malaga – but a bid has yet to be made for the Juventus striker.
Reports over the last week have suggested that the club are ready to offer around €13m to the Italian champions for the forward.
However, speaking to Sport Italia, the agent of the former Sampdoria and Udinese man has cooled the reports.
“I won’t deny or confirm whether Malaga are keen on Quagliarella,” Beppe Bozzo commented. “I’m not aware of any concrete offer, but there is a timid interest.”
Quagliarella, 29, joined Juventus in 2010 from Napoli – initially on loan before being signed outright for a total cost of around €15m.
In April, the Italian international extended his contract in Turin until June 2015.
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