Manolo Gabbiadini is 10 days away from learning the name of his next club. “I don’t think he’ll stay at Juventus,” said his agent.
The Italian Under-21 international is co-owned between the Old Lady and Atalanta, but the Turin giants are currently in possession of his sporting rights.
There was a suggestion that the player, who spent last season on loan at Bologna, would be one of the attackers at the disposal of boss Antonio Conte next term. But that is now unlikely.
“There is limited room at Juventus,” representative Silvio Pagliari told Fiorentina.it. “Especially with the arrival of Carlos Tevez.
“I doubt that there will be space for Gabbiadini and he wants a club who can give him a chance of regular football. That is his priority.”
Pagliari, who denied talk of interest from Fiorentina, added that the forward was not lacking in admirers.
“I won’t mention any names, but we have a number of options. There are offers on the table and not only from Italian clubs, the boy is wanted abroad too.
“The player is currently on holiday, but I think that we will know what shirt he will be wearing next season in seven days, a maximum of 10 days.”
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