Mino Raiola is trying to find a club in Italy for striker Moise Kean, who could depart Everton in the January transfer window.
The Italian has struggled since arriving at Goodison Park from Juventus, going 12 games without a goal so far.
It’s sparked speculation that he could be set for a return to Italy, even if on loan, as he tries to secure himself a place in Roberto Mancini’s Italy squad for Euro 2020 this summer.
Roma are known admirers, but it seems Raiola has been working on trying to secure as much interest as possible.
According to Ciro Venerato, Rai Sport’s transfer expert, the super-agent has been in contact with several Serie A sides about a possible move.
“There is Raiola who is touring Italy, and the attacker in question is Kean,” he told Sportiva, relayed by Calcio Atalanta.
“He has already proposed it to Atalanta as well as to Bologna, to Milan if Ibrahimović doesn’t end up there and Roma too.”
Everton’s stance on this is not shared, but it’s hard to imagine they would be pleased to learn about Raiola is touting Kean around Italy.
They spent a lot of effort to get him to the club in the summer, and it’s unlikely they would be willing to let him go just yet.
Indeed, with a new manager set to come in, he will surely want to make his own assessments before Everton sanction any moves for the 19-year-old in January.