Udinese midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino dreams of playing for Juventus, but negotiating a deal could prove difficult, claims his agent Paolo Rodella.
Reports on Sunday claimed the Bianconeri were back in the hunt for the Italian, and despite the task involved in convincing the Zebrette, they do have the player's penchant on their side.
"Gaetano is a serious professional and he has a consolidated relationship with Udinese," the agent told Tuttosport.
"However, Juventus are the team he has always supported and it would be a dream for him. If both clubs can find an agreement then he would be very happy."
Rodella has warned the deal hangs on Udinese's will to trade. The two clubs did negotiate in the summer, but Juve pulled out once they were told the player's price tag.
"It all depends on Udinese and their intentions. Back in August, Gaetano was for sale or not for sale at prices beyond the market," he concluded.
Despite reports linking D'Agostino to the club, president Jean-Claude Blanc has suggested there will be little activity on the market in January.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com