Mario Gomez could be on his way back to Germany, with reports that Fiorentina are losing patience with the perennially injured striker.
The 28-year-old has only played nine League games this season after a series of knee injuries have kept him sidelined for the majority of the campaign.
And according to Corriere dello Sport, the Viola are thought to be considering potential €20m offers from Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg for the goalscorer.
The paper suggests that the Della Valle family who own the club would be willing to make their money back on Gomez, and reinvest for a forward who has a better fitness record.
The final decision however, will be down to Coach Vincenzo Montella, who is thought to be keen on keeping the German international.
The Tuscan outfit have been plagued by striking woes in 2013/14, with Giuseppe Rossi also a long-term absentee.
Both are currently racing to be fit for the Coppa Italia final next month, and this summer’s World Cup.
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