Spinelli has set the transfer conditions; Giovinco to Livorno or Juve can forget Candreva...Livorno president Aldo Spinelli is prepared to give in to Juventus' demands for Antonio Candreva, but it will come at a price. He wants Sebastian Giovinco as part of a deal.
Juve director of sport Alessio Secco admitted an interest in Candreva, on loan from Udinese, but Spinelli wants things done his way as he lays his cards bare. However, even if Juve meet his demands, they face a tussle with Genoa.
"Candreva to Juventus? We can let him go, but only in exchange for someone like Sebastian Giovinco as he is a player that could help our needs.
"We are speaking with Juventus and his [Candreva's] agent, but there is also a strong interest from Genoa.
"We will be meeting Genoa directors too. I have already asked Juventus for an exchange because I cannot allow a player like this to leave without anything in return."
It is believed that Udinese are ready to do a deal with the Bianconeri over a move, but Spinelli's Amaranto still have four months to run on their loan deal for the attacker, and would need a replacement for the remainder of the season before agreeing to free him from his obligations in Tuscany.