Sebastian Giovinco wants Premier League move

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Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco has alerted a trio of Premier League clubs by confirming that he is ready to quit The Old Lady and move to England in January.

The Italian international has struggled for regular first-team football under new manager, Massimiliano Allegri, and according to the player's agent a move in the New Year is very likely, especially with his contract set to expire in the summer.


Juve officials have told the 27-year-old that he can leave the club in January, in order for them to raise some funds for the sale rather than lose him for free just months later.

Giovinco, who has started just two Serie A games this season, has been closely watched by Arsenal in recent months, but they will be joined in the hunt by fierce-rivals, Chelsea and Liverpool.


In a recent interview Giovinco's agent Andrea D'Amico has admitted that once the transfer window opens his client will reassess his future and will consider all his options when thinking about his next move.

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The versatile forward, who can play anywhere across the front-three, is desperate to secure a move to England and has told his agent that that's the only league he wants to move to, with his career nearing the end.


D'Amico stated: "When he has played as a starter he always did really well, likewise in the national team, but then he went back to the bench at Juventus. What more can you ask of a player that brings together experience, technique, class and creativity?

"The final word comes down to Allegri, but it's only normal that when a player has these qualities and sees himself rewarded in such small measure, he will feel angry within himself about his position.


"In any case his contract expires in 2015 and from the beginning of January he'll be free to evaluate other options for his future."

It's unclear how much Juve would want for the attacking player, but with his contract expiring in the Summer, the Premier League trio are confident they can strike a deal on the cheap.

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