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Tommaso Ghirardi says Parma would like sign Sebastian Giovinco from Juventus once again this summer. The striker is struggling for playing time this season, making just three league starts thus far for Antonio Conte.
The 27-year-old spent two seasons with the Ducali and, speaking to Rai Due, the club President admitted he would love to bring the player back to the Ennio Tardini. He told them (via FootballItalia);
“Yes, we have a wonderful memory of Giovinco. You have to recall what we received in selling him, whilst we had paid €4m he seemed an overrated player, €4m for half, which means a valuation of €8m.
“Could he return to Parma? Yes, sure, I can only say yes. It is clear that he is a very important player and I do not think that Juventus will release him easily, because they have also made an important economic effort to sign him back from us.
“He is a player who is amongst great champions. We can say that Giovinco does not play, but we cannot forget that those playing in his place include Tevez, Llorente, Osvaldo…champions.”