With Portugal now out of the Euros, Rui Patricio is free to sort out his future, which appears to be far away from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The goalkeeper, who had his ups and downs during the tournament, wants to leave Molineux and try his hand at Serie A football with AS Roma.

José Mourinho also wants him there, where they can reunite and have a grand old time thanks to Jorge Mendes, who manages both of their affairs.

First, however, the Italians need to find an agreement with Wolves regarding a transfer fee, with Tiago Pinto and co. not wanting to ‘exceed the €10m (bonuses included), according to Corriere dello Sport.

The good news for Patricio is that the Premier League side are ‘about to give in’, to both see off their current goalkeeper and then bring in his replacement, believed to be Olympiakos’ José Sà.

As for Patricio, it’s said that ‘wants to quickly sign the contract’ in Rome, that would see him stay there until 2024 for a wage of around €2m + bonuses a year.