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Audi Player Index: Giovinco's set-piece prowess

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 By Ben Gladwell

Inter Milan move would be 'bad' for Toronto's Sebastian Giovinco - agent

Shaka Hislop agrees with Sebastian Giovinco's agent that the Italian shouldn't consider a move to Inter and stay put in Toronto.
Julie Stewart-Binks catches up with Sebastian Giovinco after Toronto FC's win over Seattle Sounders in the MLS Cup Final.

A move to Inter Milan in January would not be in the best interests of Toronto FC striker Sebastian Giovinco, his agent has said.

Giovinco, 30, has won the MLS Cup with his club and there has been speculation that he could return to Italy as Inter search for a back-up for Mauro Icardi.

However, agent Andrea D'Amico told Italy's Radio 24: "[A move would be] bad, because Giovinco has just accomplished this triumph in America and he's really happy there.

"I'll say one thing: Giovinco would do well...

 By David Amoyal

Rumours rated: Joao Mario to Man United, Milinkovic-Savic to Liverpool

Gab Marcotti breaks down some of the headline-grabbing rumours swirling as the January transfer window approaches.

With the January transfer window set to open, David Amoyal sorts through the speculation and rates how likely it is that these rumoured moves take place.

Joao Mario to Man United: 40 percent

The Portuguese international has lost his starting job at Inter after the arrivals of Borja Valero and Matias Vecino. Old Trafford could be a destination because of Jose Mourinho's close ties to Inter, as well as the fact that they can afford the remaining amortized value of his previous transfer fee, which...

Giovinco's continual evolution in MLS at the heart of Toronto's success

TORONTO -- When Toronto FC acquired Sebastian Giovinco prior to the 2015 campaign, manager Greg Vanney thought he knew what he was getting. Sure, the Italian international's technical gifts were obvious, but player and coach were soon engaged in a bit of back-and-forth as to how best to use them.

You see, Vanney thought he was getting a playmaker, "a nine-and-a-half," someone to be more of a setup man and play a little withdrawn from the more physically imposing Jozy Altidore. That wasn't quite...

Defending Giovinco: Trapp, Parkhurst detail what makes Toronto ace so great

Sebastian Giovinco is a problem that MLS defenses have been trying to solve for three seasons now with little success. The Toronto FC forward has an MVP award to his name, probably should have had a second last year and has totaled 60 goals and 41 assists in 95 league and playoff appearances.

The Columbus Crew had the benefit of not facing Giovinco -- as well as strike partner Jozy Altidore -- in the first leg of the Eastern Conference final, which ended in a 0-0 tie. But now TFC manager Greg...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Giovinco relishing return as Toronto look to book MLS Cup final place

Toronto playmaker Sebastian Giovinco has said he cannot wait to return to action as his side look to seal a second consecutive MLS Cup final place.

After a 0-0 away draw in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals, Toronto host Columbus Crew in the return game on Wednesday.

And Giovinco, who sat out the first game through suspension, will return to action more than three weeks after he last took to the pitch.

"Everybody wants to play this kind of game. After 23 days, now, finally, we will play,"...

 By Ben Gladwell

Italy should have picked Sebastian Giovinco for qualifiers - agent

Relive ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti's passionate response after Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Gab Marcotti and Craig Burley go back and forth on how much Gian Piero Ventura is at fault for Italy missing the World Cup.
Watch the reaction of Italy's players after the four-time world champions missed qualifying for a 15th straight World Cup.

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco's agent has hit out at Italy coach Gian Piero Ventura for ignoring his client and said his use of a restricted group of players was part of the reason for Italy's World Cup failure.

Giovinco was not called up by Ventura despite outstanding form in Major League Soccer.

But agent Andrea D'Amico told TMW Radio: "Giovinco never even received a call.

"For him not to be called up is one thing, and that can happen, but for him [Ventura] not even to send somebody to...