Milan and Roma are on high alert after reports Simone Zaza has been told he can leave Valencia this summer.
According to Superdeporte, Zaza, his father Antonio, Coach Marcelino and director of sport Pablo Longoria had a summit at the club headquarters this morning.
It is rumoured Zaza was told he can start looking for another team, as he will not get more playing time next season.
He is one of several players ready to leave Valencia, as they struggle with Financial Fair Play regulations.
Milan and Roma are believed to be interested in bringing Zaza back to Serie A, according to Calciomercato.com.
It hasn’t been a bad campaign by any means, as the 26-year-old scored 12 goals with two assists in 30 Liga matches.
However, nine of those were scored in the opening 10 rounds and he found the net only twice in 2018.
Valencia bought Zaza from Juventus for €18m after an initial loan period in January 2017.
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