Carvalho Amauri a target for English clubs claims agent
Tuesday 14 June 2011
Italy international Carvalho Amauri is a transfer target for two English clubs, according to the player's agent.
The Brazil-born forward spent the last six months on loan at Parma from Juventus.
Amauri, who is a target of Napoli and Lazio this summer, scored seven goals in 11 league appearances to help Parma maintain their Serie A status.
"I don't think Amauri will return to Parma," Amauri's agent Ernesto Bronzetti told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"We have offers from two Serie A clubs and from two English clubs.
"We will calmly make a decision."
Amauri, 31, is under contract with Juventus until June 2012.
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