Omar El Kaddouri’s agent has invited Parma back into negotiations for the youngster, as talks between Juventus and his owners Brescia stall.
The Belgian attacking midfielder of Moroccan descent has been pushing for a move from Brescia this summer, with Juve a confirmed interested party.
However, with talks having hit a wall between the Bianconeri and the Rondinelle, the player’s agent has turned back to Parma, the team that the player broke off negotiations with last month because of Juve’s original interest.
“We wanted to take the opportunity with Juventus because it is the type of opportunity that only occurs once and must be taken right away,” Daniel Striani explained to RadioCalciomercato.it today.
“This does not mean that he refused Parma, indeed they are also an important team, but the entire situation is halted, because Brescia have refused the offer from Juventus and we await developments.
“We want to find a solution with the club, it does not mean that we are fighting htem.
“If we were to be permitted to then we would discuss things with Parma.”
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