Already linked with a move to Marseille, Tyler Roberts is now being sent to Italy, this time by Gazzetta dello Sport.
According to the Italian paper, three clubs in Serie A are all keen on the West Brom youngster’s services, whose contract runs out in the summer.
Sampdoria, Torino and AC Milan are the trio named by Gazzetta, but it’s the former on that list who are said to be the most active, already ‘making moves’ for the Welshman.
Having already rejected a £4m offer from Leeds, West Brom’s prime concern now will be tying Roberts down to a new long-term contract.
In that regard, negotiations are already said to be underway, according to English reports, yet the constant interest from teams abroad will be a worry for the Baggies.
Roberts recently announced he was returning from his loan spell at Walsall, where he scored five goals and picked up three assists in 16 League One appearances.