Chelsea ace Mohamed Salah could be on the move again as he is reportedly closing in on a move to Roma.
The Egyptian international has been the source of much grief this summer, not least because of his controversial and heated parting of ways with Fiorentina.
The Viola believed that they were recalling him for a second stint in Florence, but the winger vetoed the move even though they argued he had missed the deadline to do so.
That resulted in the threat of legal action, and it remains to be seen what happens between the two parties moving forward.
While the likes of Napoli, Inter and Juventus have all been linked with making an offer for the 23-year-old, it is reported that Roma are now on the verge of securing a deal after agreeing personal terms.
However, according to Mediaset, as reported by Football Italia, they will need to meet the demands of Chelsea who are asking for €23m.
It is claimed that the Giallorossi would prefer to take him on an initial loan deal with an option to buy. In turn, it is suggested that the Premier League champions are willing to take that offer, but only with a mandatory redemption clause next summer.