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Giovinco not leaving Juve
May 20, 2013 1:55 PM EST
Sebastian Giovinco's agent has dismissed speculation that the player is set to depart Juventus during the off-season.
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Turin club, despite only re-joining from Parma before the beginning of the season.
However, his representative, Claudio Pasqualin, has denied that he will depart the Serie A champions.
"I want to underline with some force that he will remain a Juventus player," Pasqualin told Tuttosport. "There is no doubt about that.
"Giovinco has the total faith of boss Antonio Conte and that of the club. The latter recently told us that they had no intention of letting him go.
"The only meeting that we'll have with the club in the future will be about the renewal of his contract."
Juventus paid Parma 11 million euros for their share in the player a year ago. He has made 40 appearances for the club this season, contributing 11 goals as Juve retained their Serie A title by finishing nine points clear of Napoli.