The future of Everton target Stefano Sturaro will be 'assessed' in the coming months, but his agent insists Juventus are not planning to sell him.
The 24-year-old has started just four Series A games this season and it has been suggested that he could be moved on in the summer.
Everton are big fans of the midfielder and, as talkSPORT told you last month , had an offer rejected by Juve during the January transfer window.
And, despite being little more than a squad player, Sturaro's agent Carlo Volpi says his client is focused only on his performance.
“It’s only natural that he wants to play more, and there are several clubs that want him, but the lad is currently focused on the competitions he’s playing in and not the transfer market,” Volpi told Tuttojuve.
“Everything will be assessed during the final stretch of the season. I repeat Stefano is very happy at Juventus for how he’s treated.
“He has a great relationship with the staff and board, who have never given him away, despite the offers they’ve received.
“Juventus, in these three-and-a-half years, have never mentioned the possibility of moving him on. Never.
“Until now, the club have thought the world of him.”