Roma are trying to find a new club for full-back Alessandro Florenzi this summer, though I Giallorossi realise the sensitivity of the home-grown player’s situation.
Despite having won the European Championship with Italy over the summer, Florenzi doesn’t have a place in Jose Mourinho’s first-team plans at the Stadio Olimpico, with Rick Karsdorp likely to be the first-choice right-back.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, I Lupi are hoping to offload the Italian, and his sale would free up salary funds but also likely give the club €6/7 million to reinvest in the squad. Florenzi himself doesn’t want to continue at Roma in a backup role.
Both Inter and Fiorentina are thought to be interested in keeping Florenzi in Serie A, while Sevilla and Lyon are options overseas.
The 30-year-old has experience of both Ligue 1 and La Liga previously, having spent time at Paris Saint-Germain and Valencia on loan from Roma.