The Leeds loanees will reportedly be discussed in the coming days.
Italian media outlet Tuttomercatoweb are reporting that Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino will meet with sporting director Nicola Salerno next week to discuss the futures of loanees Dario Del Fabro and Adryan.
In both cases, TMW's report suggests Leeds are unlikely to keep the players on at Elland Road.
Del Fabro had failed to break into the Yorkshire side's first team during the Championship season, although he is still young and faced heavy competition in that department.
Adryan, meanwhile, fell out of favour midway through the campaign after appearing as though he could not handle the physicality of English football.
It would appear a fair assessment on Cellino's part should he send both Leeds loanees back to their parent clubs, then.
It is intriguing that a meeting could take place with Salerno, however, as there has been confusion about his role at Elland Road ever since the suspension of Steve Thompson.
Should the meeting take place, it would suggest Salerno is still firmly in place at Leeds and still holding influence with regards to transfers.
United recently released nine players and Adryan & Del Fabro's potential departures would signal further change within the playing squad.