Udinese sporting director Sergio Gasparin has revealed that Juventus' chase for Gaetano D'Agostino is over.
The proposed move stalled last week when neither club were able to agree a fee for the player. Fingers were pointed in both directions as the clubs blamed each other for the collapse.
Udinese claimed Juventus had undervalued their man, while the Old Lady suggested the Friulani had overpriced the Italian.
Regardless of the disagreements, Gasparin has described any potential of reigniting talks as non existent.
"We dealt with Juventus over D'Agostino, but neither of us could agree and that's how negotiations ended," Gasparin told Calciomercato.it.
"We were far apart in terms of asking price and what was offered. At this point, any negotiations are well and truly over."
Zebrette president Giampaolo Pozzo later confirmed that there was no chance of the deep-lying playmaker moving to Turin.
"We have always encouraged our players when it comes time to discuss bigger teams, but it is on the behalf of Juventus if a deal has not materialised," he clarified to Sky Sport 24.
"I can say with certainty that the talks with Juventus have finally finished."
Reports in Italy suggest Juventus are now trying to hone in on Fiorentina's Felipe Melo .
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com