Arsenal transfers: Sebastian Giovinco’s agent hints at Juventus exit

Sebastian Giovinco's agent admits the forward's Juventus future is up in the air

Transfer Agent
By Transfer Agent

Sebastian Giovinco’s Juventus future is up in the air, according to the forward’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 Giovinco’s agent Andrea D’Amico is unsure what will happen over the next couple of months as the Italy international’s current deal runs down.

“You’d have to talk to Juventus about his situation, not me,” his agent told Sky Sport Italia.

“Clearly they have different plans regarding tactics and investments. I see Giovinco at Juventus until June, but life is made up of concrete facts.

“In all honesty, I don’t know what could happen over the next few months.”

Giovinco has scored 12 goals in 89 Serie A appearances for Juventus.

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