Roma striker Eldor Shomurodov could be on the move in January once the winter transfer market officially reopens.
After a difficult first term in the Italian capital last season, the Uzbekistan international hasn’t fared much better this season, primarily featuring from the bench.
Since joining the Giallorossi in the summer of 2021 from Genoa, Shomurodov has collected only 6 goals and 6 assists in 48 total appearances.
Sitting firmly behind Tammy Abraham, Nicolo Zaniolo, and Paulo Dybala in Jose Mourinho’s pecking order, the Uzbekistan international is in search of consistent minutes and is increasingly open to leaving Roma in January,
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, one club interested in the ex-Genoa man is Cremonese. The Lombardy-based side are currently in the relegation zone, sitting six points behind Spezia from safety, and are desperate to reinforce the team in the hopes of staving off relegation.
Cremonese have strong relations with Roma, as evidenced by the two transfer deals they did this past summer involving Tommaso Milanese and Felix Afena-Gyan.
As a result, they could look to exploit these close ties in order to land an important attacking reinforcement for manager Massimiliano Alvini.