Alessandro Florenzi, fresh off a historic Euros victory at Wembley Stadium, is still waiting to understand what the future might hold for him. The Italian right-back, after a year-long loan spell at PSG, has asked his agent, Alessandro Lucci, to look for a new potential suitor. However, the agent’s search has so far given no significant results.
In fact, Lucci made contact with Inter and Atalanta. Yet, both clubs have only expressed mild interest in the player, with Inter veering towards Héctor Bellerín of Arsenal, and Atalanta already content with their current wing-back in Hans Hateboer.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the main problem lies in Florenzi’s salary: close to €4 million per season with three more years on his contract set to expire in the summer of 2024. Moreover, the player does not seem satisfied with a secondary role and wants to play starter minutes.
Right now, Roma along with his agent are doing their best to find him a new team. However, once his summer vacation comes to an end, the 30-year-old will join Roma’s first team in their pre-season training camp in Portugal. In case of lack of offers, Roma might consider using Florenzi as a temporary replacement for Spinazzola as Florenzi has shown in the past to be able to fill in multiple positions. The final verdict will be given by Mourinho, claims Corriere dello Sport.