The skillful attacker is co-owned by the two Serie A sides, but spent the 2011-12 campaign at the Stadio Ennio Tardini.
With the newly-crowned Scudetto winners holding the power in regards to the forward’s future, Giovinco has admitted that he does not know where he will play his football next term.
“I feel like an important player at Parma; president Tommaso Ghirardi has told me it does not make sense to go back to Juve as a bargaining chip, but I do not know if I will play for Parma or Juve,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Given that there will be joint ownership talks between Juventus and Parma, I will go to whoever wants me.
“My reasoning is the same as three or four years ago: I ask to be treated equally and whoever deserves to play does.”
Giovinco has also spoken of the upcoming Euro 2012 campaign, and admits he feels ready to start for Italy in Ukraine and Poland.
“To be honest I felt ready to play for Italy years ago, but just have not had the chance to play,” he concluded.