Mauricio Isla says Juventus will make a decision on his future after the Old Lady held talks with Udinese on Friday.
“At the moment I’m just thinking about the national side and then my holidays,” the Chilean international noted.
“Nevertheless, my future is in the hands of Juventus. They will have the final say on the situation.”
The wide man, 24, is co-owned between both clubs after the Turin giants bought a 50 per cent share in him last summer.
His future with the Old Lady, though, is in doubt after he appeared in just 11 League games following his return from injury.
Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici spoke with Udinese chief Gino Pozzo today to discuss the South American’s contract.
Reports suggest that the two clubs may renew their co-ownership, but that would not necessarily rule out a move for Isla this summer.
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