In addition to Roma, Monza also offered Bodø/Glimt’s Ola Solbakken

A familiar face could be featuring in Serie A next season. Bodø/Glimt attacker Ola Solbakken could be on the move this summer when the transfer market reopens in July.

The 23 year-old’s contract with the Norwegian side expires in December and to avoid losing him for free, the club will likely sell him after the season.

Solbakken’s agents have offered him to numerous clubs, but so far the place he’s drawing the most interest from is Italy, including Roma.

The Giallorossi were offered the player in late February and they’re still weighing up the possibility of signing him on a cut-rate transfer in the summer.

In addition to Roma, SportItalia’s Gianluigi Longari reports Serie B outfit Monza also have their eyes on Solbakken.

However, a deal would only be possible if the Brianza-based side secure promotion to Serie A for next season.

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