Press reports have suggested that Serie A new boys Parma are considering making a summer move for Juventus understudy Alex Manninger.
The former Arsenal shot-stopper, who will turn 32 next month, has deputised for Gianluigi Buffon brilliantly in several games this season, after the Italian international was sidelined with a muscular problem.
And his agent, Franco Granello, said he expects the Bianconeri to keep faith in Manninger next season.
“My client has a four-year contract and is settled in Turin,” he said on Sportal.it when asked about Parma’s alleged interest.
Manninger joined Juve last summer from Udinese, who had just bought him from Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg.
The Austrian international has also represented Fiorentina, Torino, Bologna, Brescia and Siena in the peninsula.
Vince Masiello, Goal.com