Parma star Sebsatian Giovinco's agent has claimed that Manchester City are in the mix to sign him.
The 25-year-old forward began his career with Juventus but he has spent the last two years with Parma, with the two clubs each sharing 50 per cent ownership of his registration.
Juve are understood to be keen to take Giovinco back to Turin, but Claudio Pasqualin has revealed that City are also keen on his services.
"There are so many clubs interested in Giovinco, big clubs across Europe," Pasqualin told Sky Italia.
"They are in Spain, Germany and England. In the Premier League there was a contact with Manchester City.
"[Juventus' coach, Antonio] Conte wants Giovinco in his squad? I have never talked with him, but we'll meet with Juventus and I will be able to answer this question.
"[Parma owner] Tommaso Ghirardi said he is worth €40million? A good agent does not enter into these issues but I agree with the Parma president. Giovinco deserves comparison with [Alexis] Sanchez and [Javier] Pastore."
Giovinco, who scored 15 goal in Serie A, has been named in Italy's Euro 2012 provisional squad.