Sebastian Giovinco's agent has admitted that the playmaker may have to leave Juventus if he wants to further his career.
The 23-year-old is regarded as one of Italy's finest young creative prospects, but has seen his first-team opportunities become limited for the Bianconeri.
He fell out of favour under Alberto Zaccheroni last season and saw his place taken by on-loan midfielder Antonio Candreva, before being sidelined for the rest of the campaign after suffering an injury in April.
According to the player's agent, Claudio Pasqualin, Giovinco may have to move away from Turin, but other clubs in Serie A were showing interest.
"I can say that many clubs, including Parma and Bari, are interested in Sebastian," explained Pasqualin.
"They must now speak with Juventus and then we will make our appraisal.
"The objective is a first team jersey, it will be a professional choice depending on the club, the trainer and the tactical hypothesis that is presented."