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Jovetic will decide future

Stevan Jovetic's agent insists that the player and Fiorentina will decide his future.

Last Updated: 14/03/13 at 13:47

Stevan Jovetic: No new contract

Stevan Jovetic: No new contract

No new clause for star

Stevan Jovetic's agent insists that the player and Fiorentina will decide his future.

Speculation has claimed that Fiorentina could try and sign him to a new deal with a larger clause, whilst some reports claim Manchester City have first refusal on him.

Jovetic has always insisted that he wants to concentrate on Fiorentina and getting them into the Champions League, and his agent Fali Ramadani insists they will talk over his future in the summer.

"We will decide Stevan's future together with Fiorentina, whilst also considering his desire," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport

"Enough about talk of new contracts and clauses. For us and for our lawyers the current one [€30 million] stands."

Ramadani did admit that if they do talk to clubs, then that would no doubt include one of Fiorentina's arch-rivals Juventus - seemingly dismissing claims that Man City had first refusal.

"Consequently Juventus is also a possibility, as are all the others."

Ramadani also looks after Jovetic's Viola colleague Adem Ljajic - who he admits has attracted interest.

"The Ljajic contract? It expires in 2014 and I just want the best for him as for Jovetic," he said.

"Some offers have come for Adem and I will speak with Fiorentina about them."

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