Sampdoria midfielder Daniele Dessena, who is currently co-owned with Parma, should be signed entirely by the latter club, according to the latest reports coming from Italy.
The Gialloblu want to add him in a part-exchange deal that would bring Udinese's Antonio Di Natale to the Emiliani, but apparently there are more teams interested in the youngster.
Giovanni Bia, Dessena's agent, spoke about his client's future and the clubs interested in signing him up this summer, affirming that a decision on where he will be playing next season will be taken shortly.
"He just returned from Sweden where he took part in the Under-21 European Championship with the national team," declared the player's agent to sportmediaset.it.
"Very soon we shall meet and discuss the situation. There are many possibilities for Daniele: staying at Sampdoria, returning to Parma or going to Cagliari, Bologna or Udinese.
"Together with the two clubs who own him and the player, we shall choose the best destination in the coming day."
In the past season, the 22-year-old player made 22 appearances for the Blucerchiati, scoring two goals in the process.