Juventus GM Beppe Marotta insists they behaved professionally over the Dimitar Berbatov fiasco.

Fiorentina chief Daniele Prade reignited the feud over the former Manchester United striker's failed move to Florence.

Juve claimed they only began talks after being told by United that the move to Florence had collapsed, but later that evening Berbatov changed his mind again and signed for Fulham.

"Have I met with President Della Valle after the Berbatov affair? No and I don't want to talk about it," said Marotta.

"We didn't do anything unfair or unethical. We acted with great respect and now false motivations are given to this whole situation."