Serie A leaders Juventus are understood to have made enquiries about Roma midfielder Leandro Greco.
The 25-year-old will be out of contract in the summer and a number of clubs have been alerted to his possible acquisition.
It’s unclear at the present time whether the Rome-born man will be handed a new agreement at the Stadio Olimpico.
As a result, Juve have reportedly made contact in a bid to get a better understanding of the player’s situation.
Greco are believed to be pondering a bid for a player who has also attracted the attention of Fiorentina.
The central midfielder, who will be available on a Bosman in the summer if he doesn’t pen an extension, could be sold by the Giallorossi in January for a nominal fee.
Greco, who has spent loan spells at Verona, Pisa and Piacenza in the past, played in last night’s 3-1 win at Napoli.
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