Quagliarella to stay at Juventus
Fabio Quagliarella's agent has dismissed rumours suggesting the striker could depart the club this winter. Giuseppe Bozzo had this to say about the speculation: “Quagliarella remains concentrated on his work and the Juventus project. This is what both he and the club want"
“There is no chance of him leaving, let alone in January. There is nothing in the rumours.”
The Italian international has been linked with Milan, Roma, Villarreal and above all Genoa.
“It’s true President Enrico Preziosi came forward and made contact, but even if we’re talking about a June move, Fabio could only join another top club, certainly not Genoa.”
Amauri all set to move
Agent Ernesto Bronzetti has revealed Juventus outcast Amauri already knows the location of his next club. “The story with Juventus can be considered closed,” he told Tuttojuve.com.
“In January he will leave and we already know who Amauri’s next club will be. It is all done, we just need to conclude the financial details.”
There have been reports he’ll join Milan, who need a new forward after Antonio Cassano underwent heart surgery, but Premier League sides have also been linked.
“In Italy or abroad? At the moment I prefer not to give any more information.”
Caceres would like Juventus return
Uruguayan defender Martin Caceres has revealed he'd like a second chance at Juventus. The stopper had a mixed loan spell at the club and was subsequently returned to Barcelona before joining Sevilla.
“I wouldn’t be disappointed with a return to Juventus,” the 24-year-old told Estadio Deportivo.
“I would like the opportunity to demonstrate my true worth, but this is what happens in football sometimes.
“I don’t really want to add anything else, but I can’t hide my desire of one day going back there.”
Krasic could leave Juventus
Juventus winger Milos Krasic could leave the club in January. His agent Dejan Joksimovictold calciomercato.com: “I don’t think he could join Borussia Dortmund as is being suggested,”
“They wouldn’t be able to afford him. He’s turned down two important offers for the same reason. Borussia can’t compete.
“Krasic’s future depends on what happens in the next two months. If he returns to playing with consistency then he could stay in Italy, otherwise he’ll have to leave.
“Where to? He’d certainly play in a top League, like the English one but also the German championship.”