Juan Manuel Vargas would consider a transfer to Juventus, but the Turin giants have yet to make a move.
The Peruvian international has been linked with a switch to the Old Lady given that he would fit in well with boss Antonio Conte's 4-4-2.
"I don't know if Juventus are interested," agent Jorge Cyterzpiller told Il Sussidiario. "You'll have to ask Juve director general Beppe Marotta.
"No offer has yet been made for Vargas and the player is happy at Fiorentina, a great club with a grand project.
"However, it is obvious that if an important offer was made to us, and Fiorentina, then it would be considered."
The South American, 27, joined the Tuscan giants in 2008 after two years in Sicily with Catania. He would be used as a left-midfielder in Turin.
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