Luis Fabiano is “waiting” for updates from Juventus, said his agent, while Parma, Fiorentina and Lecce complete transfers.
It is well known the Bianconeri are looking for a new striker even after Luca Toni's arrival from Genoa.
Sevilla forward Luis Fabiano has been mentioned as a specific target, though his agent insists things have not progressed as far as he would like.
“In truth, Juve have not yet officially manifested their interest with me or with Sevilla,” representative Jose Fuentes told Calciomercato.it.
“Neither has Wolfsburg. As I said before, up until now the only official bid has come from Corinthians.
“As for the rest, we are waiting for new developments, as so far we've only received indirect enquiries, which in the transfer market count for nothing.
“Unfortunately there is a lot of talk about his move to Italy, but at the end of the day nothing happens. Obviously Juventus are a great club and he'd love to move to Italy, but at the moment there is no formal offer.
“What does Luis Fabiano want? We are waiting. If he has to stay at Sevilla, then he will, but if an official bid comes in from an interesting club then we'll evaluate it and consider the idea of leaving.”
In other news, Parma have officially loaned Portuguese midfielder Danilo Pereira to Aris Thessaloniki until the end of the season.
Lecce have sent defender Souleymane Diamoutene on loan to Pescara following his row with local fans, who protested at his past playing for rivals Bari.
Fiorentina have loaned Savio Nsereko to Bulgarian club Chernomoretz.
Savio is a German forward of Ugandan descent who has had a troubled last few years, making brief stops at West Ham, Bologna and Munich 1860.
The move to Munich was cancelled unilaterally in October after Savio went missing for a week and was eventually found staying with his sister.
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