Udinese’s Diego Fabbrini is being tipped to join Spanish side Granada or English outfit Watford this summer.
Although Bologna have made an enquiry for the 22-year-old attacking midfielder, Udinese may opt to send him out on loan to one of their satellite clubs instead.
Udinese chief Gino Pozzo owns Granada and Watford.
Fabbrini is a talented youngster who has struggled for action since joining the Bianconeri from Empoli in 2011.
He joined Palermo on loan in January, but was used just eight times by the Sicilian club who were eventually relegated.
Fabbrini’s agent will meet with Udine officials in the next week where he will ask that his client be allowed to join a team who could offer him regular first team football.
Fabbrini would have Alessandro Diamanti as competition were he to join Bologna this summer and the Italian international remains at the Dall’Ara.
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