The Chile international says he is not certain he will stay in Turin after a frustrating first season with the Italian champions, and claims to have offers from other clubsJuventus utility player Mauricio Isla says he is unsure he will still be with the club next season after receiving a number of offers from Italy and Spain.
The versatile Chile international, who can play across the defence as well as in midfield, has endured a frustrating, injury-hit season since his €9.4m move in summer 2012, and he admits he has been forced to consider his future in Turin.
"[My time at] Juve has been spoiled by a few injuries," the 24-year-old told Chilean radio station ADN. "I do not know if I [will] stay in Turin, [it] is an issue that my agent is dealing with.
"I can say that I have offers from several teams, some in Spain but also in Italy. My registration, however, is divided between Udinese and Juventus and they will decide.
"In Udine, however, they know my value well," he added.
Isla managed just 20 appearances across all competitions in the 2012-13 campaign.