Fiorentina and AC Milan are said to be interested in out-of-favour Roma winger Juan Manuel Iturbe as per il tempo.
The Argentine has just two starts - both of which have came in the past two weeks as a result of Mo Salah's injury - this campaign and has came off the bench on thirteen occassions.
il tempo go on to say how formal inquiries have been made by both of the aforementioned clubs, with both aiming for a January swoop.
Milan came in for Iturbe before
During his spell with Hellas Verona, the rossoneri tabled a €20 million offer but were pipped to the signing of the 22-year-old by Roma.
If Milan, or any interested party are to succeed in buying Iturbe an offer in the same region if not more will be expected by the capital club.
Over the summer, Genoa made a loan approach for the former Paraguayan youth player and Fiorentina too showed interest before signing Jakub Blaszczykowski instead. However, they are short on wingers with just himself and hot prospect Federico Bernardeschi out and out wingers at the club, making La Viola a perfect place for Iturbe to move for more regular game time.
With Borja Valero being a target for many top eurpean sides, the club may miss out to fill the inevitable hole left by the Spaniard in the midfield.
Milan also after Kramaric
The San Siro club, as always are being linked with anyone and everyone as the winter transfer window nears closer.
Leicester City's Andrej Kramaric is allegedly a target as per various reports coming out of Italy but Milan face competition from many league rivals.
Kramaric joined The Foxes in the summer for a fee of £6 million but has failed to emulate the form which initially drew the club to him and has found opportunities limited with free-scoring Jamie Vardy ahead of him in the pecking order as well as Shinji Okazaki, another summer signing.