Federico Chiesa will be allowed to leave Fiorentina for the right price according to the club’s president Rocco Commisso – which could be of interest to Liverpool.
The winger has just finished his fourth season at the club, in which he managed 11 goals and nine appearances in all competitions.
Trickster Chiesa, who has 17 caps for the Italy national team was linked with a move away from La Viola last summer but a move never materialised.
But it would appear his days at the club could now be numbered, with Commisso declaring the 22-year-old is on the market.
He told Sky in Italy (translated by Football Italia): “I kept him last summer, now I hope that he remains, but if he wants to leave, then he can do so as long as he brings in the right money for his true value.
“I gave him the all-clear, as long as he brings the right money. I would like him to stay, but if he does want to go, then the clubs have to pay us what we believe he is worth.”
The development might pique the attention of Liverpool, who were one of the clubs linked (TMW) with a move for the electric forward last summer.
TBR’s View – Worth an enquiry?
Liverpool should consider getting some intel on Chiesa, who is just coming off the back of his most productive season in terms of goals and assists.
The Reds have missed out on Timo Werner, and it looks as though Xherdan Shaqiri and/or Divock Origi could depart Anfield in this window.
Chiesa would provide solid cover for any of the front three positions, and his pace and trickery could be a nightmare for Premier League defenders.