Matias Vina could leave the capital club in the final days of the January window.
The Uruguayan fullback’s fall in Mourinho’s pecking order behind the likes of Nicola Zalewski, Stephan El Shaarawy and Leonardo Spinazzola has prompted his entourage to look for adequate destinations on the market.
As a result, Telegraph reports that the player’s agent has held talks with Bournemouth. Vina remains their priority for the remainder of the season.
At the same time, rumours from Spain claim that Mallorca – currently sitting 10th in La Liga – have also inquired about the 25-year-old. Vina’s agent and the interested clubs want him to leave the Italian capital on loan, whereas Roma continue to insist on making his outgoing transfer permanent.