West Ham United defender Angelo Ogbonna has been offered to Roma, according to reports.
The Italian centre back has only been with the Hammers since the summer, and he has made a fairly impressive start to life at Upton Park.
The former Juventus man has come straight into West Ham’s starting line up, but reports suggest that he still could make a swift exit.
West Ham have little money to spend in January after they recruited a number of players in the summer, and he could be relinquished to make funds.
Roma are known to be on the hunt for defensive additions, and a move for a defender with experience of playing in Serie A could be tempting.
West Ham are well stocked at centre back, but an exit for Ogbonna would still harm the quality of their squad.
The 27-year-old seems to have established his place in the heart of Slaven Bilic’s side's defence, with Winston Reid and James Collins battling it out for another spot.