The agent for Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco admits he’s in the dark as to what the future holds for his client over the coming months.
Giovinco, 27, is out of contract with the Serie A champions next summer, and talks over a new deal are still to get off the ground.
The diminutive Italian has struggled to break into the first-team this season, making just four league appearances for a total of 176 minutes, amid speculation that the club are preparing to offload him this winter for a cut-price.
Agent Andrea D'Amico had stated last month that he didn’t expect Giovinco to move until the summer but, with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Fiorentina, Napoli and Torino all reported to be interested in his signature, he admits that a move in the mid-season window is possible.
“You’d have to talk to Juventus about his situation, not me,” he told Sky Sports 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.”
Once hailed as a future star of the national team, Giovinco has long-been linked with a moved to Arsenal, but his star has faded in recent seasons to the point where he now finds himself as a backup to Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Alvaro Morata at Juve.
The 20-times capped attacker would serve as an interesting reclamation project for a team like the Gunners or Spurs, given his undoubted talent, but there remain questions over whether his slight frame would be able to handle the rigours of the Premier League.