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19/07/2012 - 13:11 BST

No Fulham or Watford Contact Claims Vincenzo Iaquinta’s Agent

Thursday, 19th July, 2012

Despite speculation linking Vincenzo Iaquinta with English sides Fulham and Watford, the player’s agent insists the pair have not made contact with the Juventus striker.

Iaquinta has just one year remaining on his contract with the Italian champions and is expected to leave Turin this summer.

But where he might end up is unclear, although he is set to have options and could even stay at the Bianconeri according to Claudio Pasqualin.

“You should ask the British teams. We haven’t thought about it and we have not had direct contact from Watford or Fulham or any other English team in all reality”, the 32-year-old’s representative told Calcio Mercato.

However, Pasqualin cannot rule out the possibility that clubs have had contact with Juventus themselves over his client.

"I say that we’ve not had any contact with the English teams, but this does not mean Juventus can’t talk with Watford or whoever. Besides, the player still has a contract with the Bianconeri”, he added.

Iaquinta has won 40 caps for Italy at international level and helped the country to win the 2006 World Cup in Germany.


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