Juventus will wait until after Euro 2016 to make their decision on whether to sell Crystal Palace target Simone Zaza or keep hold.
The Eagles were heavily linked with a move for the Italian international during the January transfer window, with some reports claiming they had a 30million euros offer rejected.
Zaza has continued to impress for Juventus and scored in the 2-0 win over Carpi on Sunday, but he is still unhappy with the amount of playing time he is getting in Turin.
Palace are still keen to do a deal but Juventus look set to wait a few more months, with Zaza’s price tag set to rise if he performs well for Italy at the upcoming European Championships.
Reports suggest that both Roma and Milan are interested in his services and could offer him the chance to stay in Italy.