The striker has struggled since moving from Manchester City and now the Italians are looking to recoup the £12.4million they paid for his services last summer.
If that is the case, then there are four Premier League sides in particular who should look to add to him their ranks.
It has long been said the Gunners need to add a top-level striker to their squad if they are to compete for honours in future.
Dzeko may not quite be at the world-class level their fans desire, but he is a more natural goalscorer than Theo Walcott while he would also offer competition to Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck.
If Everton are to lose Romelu Lukaku this summer, a replacement will need to be found and Dzeko could be just that.
He already has Premier League experience with Manchester City and his price tag is very much within the Blues’ budget. Speaking of experience he could also add some much-needed nous to what is a relatively young squad at Goodison Park.
If not Goodison Park, Anfield could also be a good location for Dzeko to roll up at this summer.
The Reds could look to add another striker to their squad this summer with Christian Benteke sure to leave and the Bosnian would be a perfect alternative to Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi.
Although, given Benteke’s struggles this season, perhaps the club would be keen to avoid another target man type striker.
One club who are desperate to add a striker to their squad this summer are the Hammers, with the club admitting it is their prime objective this summer.
They already have an extensive list of targets by all accounts, including the likes of Michy Batshuayi and Alexander Lacazette, and Dzeko should be added to it as a potential target.
At £12million he is hardly a risk and could easily get the goals the Hammers need in their side, having averaged 12 league goals a season during his time at the Etihad, despite mostly playing a bit part role.