Following the untimely death of Mino Raiola on April 30th, the vast majority of his clients have been passed along to members of his family and agency.

One of those will have been Luca Pellegrini, currently at Juventus, where he made 21 appearances in all competitions last season.

That, however, hasn’t been enough to convince Max Allegri, who is happy to do without him, which could benefit West Ham United or Fulham.

This is because both the Hammers and the Cottagers are interested in the player, according to Gazzetta dello Sport over the weekend.

The newspaper claim the left-back, a position both West Ham and Fulham seem keen to bolster this summer, is ‘destined to leave’ Turin this summer.

In order to achieve that, Vincenzo Raiola, Mino’s nephew, ‘is trying to bring an offer’, with ‘open talks’ in place with the two London clubs.

There’s no price mentioned, but with Juventus seemingly keen to get rid, we doubt West Ham or Fulham would have to pay over the odds for Pellegrini.