Fiorentina’s Bartlomiej Dragowski spent the second half of last season on loan at Empoli and his performances drew attention from England.
AFC Bournemouth are believed to be interested in the goalkeeper and there’s been several claims in Italy linking him with a move to the Vitality Stadium.
The latest one was made by Corriere Fiorentino on Tuesday and they suggested the 21-year-old has received a ‘substantial offer’ from the Cherries and is tempted to try something new for the next campaign.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, Eddie Howe’s side ‘pushed a lot’ to sign player in recent weeks, but were unsuccessful in meeting the demands of Fiorentina for the transfer.
Dragowski’s parent club are demanding €15m to sanction his sale, but the Premier League club found the figure ‘very high’.
It’s now claimed the shot stopper is thinking of accepting the proposal from Fiorentina to extend his contract until 2022, and then go on a season-long loan deal to Empoli.