Juventus have failed in their efforts to sign Udinese's Gaetano D'Agostino after being unable to agree a fee.
Only last month Udinese revealed two bids had been tabled for the playmaker, who made his Italy debut in the recent friendly victory over Northern Ireland.
One of the offers was from an 'important' Italian club, who are now believed to be Juve, although the Old Lady have been unable to reach an accord.
Udinese have revealed Juventus' negotiatons are well and truly over, however, it remains to be seen whether the reputed interest from a Premier League side - believed to be Liverpool - remain in the running.
"The negotiations are definitely over," Udinese owner Gianpaolo Pozzo told Italy's Sky television.