Arsenal transfers: Sebastian Giovinco’s agent hints at Gunners move

Sebastian Giovinco's agent won't rule out a move to Arsenal in the future

Transfer Agent
By Transfer Agent

Sebastian Giovinco could join Arsenal in the future, according to the Juventus star’s agent.

The Italy international’s current Juventus contract is set to expire at the end of the season, alerting a number of Premier League clubs.

The Arsenal target has made just four appearances in the Italian top-flight this term, struggling to impress new manager Massimiliano Allegri.

And the Juve midfielder agent’s Andrea D’Amico failed to rule out a potential move the north London side or Serie A outfit Fiorentina.

“Giovinco to Arsenal? At the moment only Juventus can negotiate with him, later on however things can change since he has an expiring contract,” D’Amico told Sky Sports Italia.

“I haven’t met many times with Juventus, on our end we have always been open to it. Fiorentina? We know they like the player, but we’ll need to evaluate the project.

“Giovinco is 27 years old, he’s in the prime of his career and he has had some important experiences at Juventus. In my opinion giving up on him is a risk, there aren’t players with his quality and attributes. The fact that [Antonio] Conte has selected him to national team proves it.”

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