Earlier this month, Ralph Hassenhüttl told TV2 that Mohamed Elyounoussi will have to “find a solution” if he is unhappy to be a squad player at Southampton.
VG in Norway explained the forward’s agent is in contact with Besiktas, Sevilla and Celta Vigo for transfer.
On August 16th, we covered claims from Italy that Genoa and Atalanta ask about the 25-year-old and the Saints are demanding €14m to sanction his sale.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, the player’s profile is known in Italy as another Serie A side have set their sights on the Norway international.
It’s claimed that Udinese ‘thinks’ about Elyounoussi and has emerged as an ‘idea’ for them if their own player Rodrigo De Paul ends up joining Fiorentina.
Another report from the same website explained on Monday that Fiornetina are ‘one step away’ from finding an agreement with Udinese for De Paul.
Elyounoussi has not featured for Southampton this season and Norway manager Lars Lagerbäck has dropped him from the national team squad for September’s international fixtures against Malta and Sweden.