Sampdoria captain Angelo Palombo will not ply his trade with the Blucerchiati next season, according to sporting director Pasquale Sensibile.
“The future of Palombo? He is coming back from loan at Inter, but for the sake of everyone involved we must think about other solutions,” stated the official.
Palombo, with over 300 appearances for Sampdoria, has been of much interest to the likes of Juventus and Fiorentina over the years.
The 31-year-old spent the first half of last season with Sampdoria in Serie B before making the move on loan to Inter during the January window.
Despite a disappointing spell at San Siro, talks of a move to Turin have once again surfaced after his agent Tulio Tinti was seen with Juve officials earlier this week.
Speaking on the situation, he told reporters that Juventus already have many midfielders and that Palombo isn’t a priority, before leaving the door open. “But in football, you never know…”
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