Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta is being tracked by Parma this summer, according to reports.
The 32-year-old spent the final six months of last season on loan at relegated Cesena, and whilst he returned to Turin this summer with a year still to run on his contract, he has been told to find a new club.
His agent has already declared this week that an offer from Premier League side Fulham is on the table and added to that can now be Parma’s reported interest.
The Ducali, who sold their 50 per cent of Sebastian Giovinco back to the Bianconeri this summer and also signed up former Juve man Amauri, are reportedly tracking the veteran.
President Tommaso Ghirardi has allegedly already held talks with Juve director general Beppe Marotta about a potential move, with the only obstacle thought to be having the player agree to take a cut from the current €3m salary he is on.
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