Southampton will find themselves in a good bargaining position at the end of the season when the future of Dani Osvaldo is sorted out. The Argentine-born Italian striker joined Juventus on loan in the January transfer window after a controversial six months at the Saints.googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });The 28-year-old striker joined the Saints last summer for 15 million signing from Roma. However, after a training ground incident where Osvaldo head-butted teammate Jose Forte in January, he was fast-tracked out of St Marys. His form for Juventus has been good and he has scored twice in his six appearances for the Old Lady so far. Such is his form that the Saints are in a good bargaining position at the end of the season with the Corriere dello Sport saying they would be looking for around 19 million to make the move permanent. The player will be on loan to Juventus until 30 June when he will return to England.