Everton took Robin Olsen on loan from AS Roma last summer to provide competition to Jordan Pickford and also act as a back-up for the England number one.
The 31-year-old has done well when called upon by Carlo Ancelotti and has made nine appearances in all competitions this season.
Impressed by the Sweden international, the Everton manager had already expressed his desire to make the custodian’s stay permanent in the summer.
Earlier this month, Olsen was a victim of robbery as a masked gang raided his house when his family was present.
This incident is set to have an impact on the Merseyside club’s chances of retaining the Swede, according to Calciomercato.
The website takes a look at the goalkeeping situation at Roma next season and they explain Pau López’s ‘farewell is now close’. Antonio Mirante is also expected to leave the Serie A side at the end of this season, and Olsen could be his replacement for the back-up role.
It’s claimed Olsen ‘could return’ to the Italian capital club since the goalkeeper is ‘no longer convinced’ of staying at Everton after being the victim of a robbery.