Manolo Gabbiadini’s future at Southampton continues to be discussed within the Italian media.
The Saints forward appears to have found life tough on the south coast recently and could look to depart from the club in January.
Ralph Hasenhuttl left the Italy international out of his matchday squads against Arsenal and Huddersfield Town.
And, according to Alessio Lento, four teams across Europe are thought to hold an interest in the out of favour striker.
Per #Gabbiadini, in uscita dal #Southampton, interesse anche del #Betis. Si aggiunge a #Fiorentina, #Bologna e #SpartakMosca. Operazione da 13/15 milioni, definitivo o prestito con diritto di riscatto @calciomercatoit #calciomercato
— Alessio Lento (@lentuzzo) December 27, 2018
The Calciomercato journalist has stated that Real Betis, Fiorentina, Bologna and Spartak Moscow are all keen on taking the 27-year-old in January.
It is rumoured that an offer of between €13million and €15million could be enough for Southampton to sell, whilst an initial loan with a view to a permanent switch could also be an option.
Signed for £15.3m by Claude Puel in January 2017 (per Transfermarkt), things certainly have not gone the way that Gabbiadini would have liked.
Speculation about a departure has been rife for the 27-year-old and it would seem that he does not have a shortage of possible options.
Hasenhuttl will likely want to improve his squad in the winter as they look to climb away from the relegation zone and selling Gabbadini could be a perfect opportunity for the club to raise transfer funds.
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