Vincenzo Iaquinta has yet to be told whether he has a future with Italian giants Juventus.
It's being widely speculated that the World Cup winner will be shown the door with the club expected to buy a big name striker this summer.
"Vincenzo is happy in Turin," agent Andrea D'Amico told calcionews24.com. "He's a great professional and he's always trained hard. Juventus can't deny that.
"If he is no longer in the plans of Juventus then it will be up to director general Beppe Marotta to inform us of that before we consider our options.
"For the moment, it is premature to talk about any transfer negotiations with other clubs as Juventus haven't informed us of anything."
Iaquinta joined the Turin giants in 2007 after spending seven years at the Stadio Friuli with Udinese.
Juventus are also expected to release some of their present attacking talent after buying Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri outright after they spent this season in Turin on loan.
Think you know your Italian football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG's World Cup tipster competition  - £10,000 to be won!