Torino have reportedly submitted a bid for Sevilla’s Ciro Immobile, but his agent says Sampdoria are interested as well.
The Italy international appears set to leave the La Liga outfit after failing to settle since his summer loan move from Borussia Dortmund.
La Stampa reports today that the Granata have presented the Spanish club an offer of €1m for a loan, with President Urbano Cairo wanting to set an obligatory buyout clause for the summer at €6-7m.
Immobile’s agent Alessandro Moggi fuelled the speculation on his future last night.
“Torino, Sampdoria and several foreign teams are after Ciro,” he told La Domenica Sportiva.
“We’re evaluating the possibility of him leaving Sevilla in January, also with an eye on Euro 2016.
“We know that Conte thinks highly of him and we’re happy about that.”