Pazzini holding out for Juventus move - report

The out-of-favour Inter forward is set to turn down proposals from Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen in order to keep himself open for a call from the reigning Italian champions
Giampaolo Pazzini will reject offers from two Bundesliga clubs in the hope that Juventus come in for his services, according to Tuttosport.

The 27-year-old believes he has no future at Inter but is ready to reject the overtures of Bundesliga duo Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen in order to stay in his native country.

Inter also feel that should the Bianconeri sign the striker, it will improve their chances of acquiring Mattia Destro from Siena, who has reportedly gained the interest of both clubs.

Pazzini arrived at the Giuseppe Meazza from Sampdoria in January 2011 and made a prolific start to his career with the Nerazzurri, scoring 11 goals in his first 17 matches.

However, he struggled for form in his first full season at Inter, scoring just five goals as the side missed out on a Champions League place, while he also was overlooked for Italy's Euro 2012 squad.

He now looks set to leave following coach Andrea Stramaccioni's admission that the attacker could move on this summer, and his situation has reportedly alerted the attentions of Juve, who are seeking striking reinforcements.