AS Roma are still in the picture to sign West Ham United’s Gianluca Scamacca, according to today’s Corriere dello Sport.

José Mourinho has requested the Serie A side to sign a striker and if possible, a midfielder. The Giallorossi general manager, Tiago Pinto, is studying to fulfil the coach’s demands.

Roma have the West Ham man as the main striker target.

At the weekend, the Italy international was in his country before he made a trip to London on Sunday evening.

During his time in Rome, the report states he didn’t have a meeting with Pinto or his club. It’s said the 24-year-old wants to have these talks ‘as soon as possible’ and is now waiting for an update from his agent and the Roma general manager.

The report further adds Scamacca remains hopeful to convince the Hammers to soften their stance so that he can leave them on loan with an option/obligation to buy instead of a permanent deal.

Pinto, for his part, has ‘renewed talks’ with David Moyes’ side to try and agree a deal to sign the frontman requested by Mourinho.

Earlier today, Gazzetta dello Sport reported West Ham are interested in AC Milan’s Divock Origi.

Corriere also relay it and add Origi’s arrival in London could open the door for Scamacca to leave the Europa Conference League winners.