Former Fiorentina and Genoa striker Giuseppe Rossi could reportedly restart his career in Serie C with Juve Stabia.
The American born Italian international was one of the most talented forwards of his generation, but his career has been blighted by knee injuries.
After being released by the Grifone at the end of last season, having joined as he recovered from a third anterior cruciate ligament surgery, and the fifth major knee operation of his career.
He has managed to play more than 20 league games just once since 2010-11, but Il Mattino reports his latest comeback could be in Serie C.
According to the Neapolitan newspaper, the club from Castellammare di Stabia are offering a six month contract, with an automatic extension if they are promoted to Serie B.
Rossi has been capped 30 times by Italy in his career, but only three times since 2011.