Sebastian Giovinco considering Juventus exit

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Italy and Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco is weighing up a free transfer switch to the Premier League, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham interested.

According to the Daily Express, the 27-year-old forward is considering leaving Juventus at the end of the season, when his contract at the Turin club expires. Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs are all keeping tabs on Giovinco, who would consider a move to England.

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Substitute role at Juventus

The striker has found opportunities difficult to get at Juventus, with Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente monopolising the first-team starts.

As a result, the gifted playmaker has signalled his intention to consider his options with time winding down on his contract, putting the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal on alert.

“There are things to evaluate and at the end of the year I will consider whether or not to continue with Juve,” Giovinco said.

“The season has just started, we’ve only played eight games, so we’ll see as time goes on.”

Agent concerned

Giovinco has made just one start in Serie A so far, with Alvaro Morata - a recent arrival from Real Madrid - another player Giovinco has to contend with for a place in the team.

And his agent has insisted he does not know how Juventus could let the situation develop as it has regarding Giovinco.

“I do not understand how Marotta and Juventus could decide to lose a fantastic player like Giovinco for free,” said Andrea D’Amico.

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