Jonathan Biabiany is proud of transfer links with Juventus, but he’s underlined his affection for current club Parma.
The winger was paired with the Italian champions during the summer transfer window, but he remained at the Stadio Tardini.
“It is pleasing to be of interest to the big clubs,” said the 25-year-old who is co-owned with Serie A rivals Sampdoria.
“But I am very happy at Parma, I have fallen in love with the city and I have laid some roots here.
“I’m working for this club and I have big ambitions.”
Biabiany has played for an Italian giant before after he was signed as a youth team player by Inter in 2007. He was sold by the Nerazzurri four years later.
Biabiany scored in Monday’s Serie A game against Roma, but the Giallorossi eventually won the game 3-1.
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