Antonio Conte has already let it be known to Italy's 24-year-old attacking midfielder that he could be interested. And now he could be tempted because Conte wants to give him a central role in his new plans for Juventus.
Parma have the right to purchase half of Giovinco's ownership for 3.5 million euros. Their side has already said they have received interest from an English club in the range of 10-12 million euros for a share in Giovinco's rights.
This might mean a chance for Amauri, who is not part of Conte's plans and was always a favourite at Parma, to make a comeback in a blue and yellow shirt. Then Giovinco himself will play a decisive part (he was back in Torino the other day to meet friends), and no matter how much he loves Parma, he must be tempted by a return to Juventus in a key role.
Especially after all that Prandelli had to say in the run-up to Italy v Estonia, stating "I hope a good percentage of my Azzurri play in teams which will be in the title race, because I need players who are used to fighting for important things."
The year of the European Championships is looming and this would be perfect timing for Giovinco to solidify his spot in the first team.