The agent of Ciro Immobile doesn’t think Juventus will be able to change Genoa’s mind over the future of Ciro Immobile.
The Old Lady, who co-own the player with the Rossoblu, have made a bid to take him back to Turin this month.
“Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has been clear,” Alessandro Moggi told Mediaset Premium.
“He is a player who is considered as fundamental in the club’s bid to avoid relegation and he doesn’t even want to think about a sale.
“Let’s see if someone can become a little more convincing, but I don’t think that will happen.”
The centre-forward, 22, has scored five goals in 19 Serie A games so far this season.
Some reports this morning are suggesting that Juventus could now ask the Marassi outfit for Marco Borriello instead.
The latter spent the second half of last season in Turin after a loan deal was agreed with Roma.
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