Florenzi unlikely to remain at Valencia, Sevilla an option


Alessandro Florenzi has been on a dry loan at Valencia since January – however, he’s unlikely to remain at the Spanish side.

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the 29 year-old will return to Roma following his loan spell but his stay will only be brief.

Florenzi wants to ensure his place at Euro 2021, which means he will need to seek another move away from the Giallorossi given that manager Paulo Fonseca does not view him as a first-choice option.

The Italian side are seeking a fee of more than €10 million for the Roman — which would represent an important capital gain for accounting purposes.

Florenzi would prefer to remain in Italy, where Atalanta and Fiorentina are interested in his services. However, a return to Spain with Sevilla could also be a possibility.

The versatile defender remains on good terms Ramon Monchi, the former Roma and current sporting director of the La Liga side.

More News

Henrikh Mkhitaryan to do everything it takes to recover for Conference League final
Tiago Pinto praises Mourinho’s youth management: “If we have succeeded in this sector so far, much of the credit is his.”
From England: Newcastle United continue to pursue José Mourinho for managerial position