Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco is set to leave the club with Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur all showing an interest. Giovinco’s deal runs out next summer and according to Tuttosport Juve are now ready to let the forward leave the club. Arsenal made an enquiry for the star in January but were unable to meet the Old Lady’s demands. Liverpool have also held a long-standing interest in the diminutive forward who has not played a full match this season, operating as a substitute for the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente. The 27-year-old started just six games throughout Juve’s dominant ascent to the Serie A title and could be enticed to the Premier League for regular football. Having paid 9m for the player two years ago, Juve will not want to see him go for free next summer and are keen to recoup some money with a sale this summer.