The ‘Atomic Ant’ is still part of the club’s plans, but will weigh things up at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old has been sidelined by an injury of late but was said to be frustrated with his lack of playing time under coachCiro Ferrara in the first half of the season.
“Giovinco is a very talented player who has lots of self esteem,” the representative explained toCalciomercatonews.com.
“He does not get dejected too easily and believes he can prove to be an important asset for Juve. The club directors have told us they have faith in him, so we have to keep calm and let’s try to do as best as we can until the end of the season.”
But will the player still be convinced of having a future in Turin if the situation does not change over the coming months?
“We are considering the fact that he has played little,” noted Pasqualin.
“But there are no problems at the moment. We’ll see how the season ends and then we’ll make our evaluations.”