The Italian youngster has refused to knock back the possibility of returning to Juventus at the end of the season and admitted that 'anything can happen'.Parma attacker Sebastian Giovinco has cast more doubt about his future after saying he is open to all possibilities.
The 25-year-old, who is co-owned by Parma and Juventus, has been linked with a new challenge after an impressive campaign at the Stadio Ennio Tardini.
He stated in October that he would like to replace Alessandro Del Piero at Juventus when the 37-year-old leaves the club during 2012, and he has now refused to rule out a move back to Turin.
"I do not know yet where I will play in the future," Giovinco told Sky Sport Italia. "Juventus? Anything can happen in football.
"I open all the doors."
A six-game winless run has thrown Parma into 16th place in the Serie A standings, but Giovinco, who has only scored one goal during that negative run, is refusing to hit the panic button.
"Even if this is not our best moment, we must keep up our morale," he added. "We hope to earn more points."
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