But the Italian giants are expected to set their asking price at £6million, which might well rule Villa out.
Sissoko said: 'The directors wanted to sell me at the beginning of the year and sometimes they try to enter into agreements that I do not like.
On the move? Sissoko in action against Parma last week
'When competition is healthy, I do not have problems. But it is no longer the case.
'Del Neri will only pay attention to me when he needs me. Otherwise itis calculated. I do not want controversy, but I'm not a (commercial)good.'
A recent suspension to Juventus star Felipe Melo may scupper any deal however, as Del Neri may look to Sissoko as a part-time replacement.
Sissoko may have burned his bridges completely however, saying: 'If someone has disrespected, these are the leaders of Juve to me andvice versa. Accident?
'They know that they made a mistake with me andnow they invent that I did not play against with Napoli because Irefused to do so. But that is completely false. I did not play isbecause I have inflammation of the quadriceps and did not want to riskhurting myself.'
Aston Villa recently sold Steve Sidwell to Fulham, and will be on the look-out for midfield reinforcements.
There is a chance that Sissoko's former club Liverpool might also be interested in making a move.
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