Tommaso Rocchi is still looking for a new club after his Inter contract expired at the end of last season.
The 35-year-old is currently unemployed, but he can still be signed outside of the transfer window as he is a free agent.
“There are a few possibilities which we are looking into,” agent Fabio Parisi told Sport Italia. “Tommaso still has a lot to say in this game.
“He finished last season well at Inter after a difficult start at Lazio. He proved that he was still a valid footballer.”
Rocchi did state in the summer that he was looking to remain in Serie A, but he’s now widened his options.
“He’s not asking for the moon,” the representative added. “We’re now in mid-September so we have to consider all possibilities.”
The forward, formerly of Empoli, joined the Nerazzurri in January after almost a decade with capital outfit Lazio.
Over the last three seasons in Serie A, Rocchi has scored 11 goals in 54 appearances.
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