Serie B hotshot Simone Zaza still doesn’t know where he will be playing his football next season.
The striker, 18 goals this term, actually belongs to Sampdoria but his future is in doubt as his contract at Marassi expires in 2014.
Doria are struggling to find an agreement with his agent, thus they may want to sell rather than risk losing him on a Bosman free transfer.
“There is nothing new to report, everything is on stand-by,” representative Christian Maifredi told calciomercato.it.
“I have no meetings set up, but it doesn’t take very much in football for things to quickly change.
“It is nice to know that the big Italian clubs are interested, yet there is nothing concrete right now. Who wants him will have to talk to Sampdoria.”
Milan, Juventus and Parma are just some of the sides showing an interest in the 21-year-old forward.
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