AS Roma and Italy international star Nicolo Zaniolo has reportedly been told that he will be allowed to leave the club if a right offer comes in for him from another club. Roma manager José Mourinho no longer sees the player as an important part of the squad and as far as any offer made meets  the Italian Serie A giants’ requirements, a deal will be brokered and the player will be allowed to leave the Stadio Olimpico.

Roma are reportedly unwilling to negotiate for a potential loan transfer as they want the deal to be a permanent one. However, they could not find any club that made the right offer for the 22-year-old. Mourinho believes that the midfielder is not doing enough to establish himself as an integral member of the team and the former Manchester United, Chelsea, and Real Madrid boss is willing to sanction the player’s exit from the club.

Zaniolo is said to be attracting a lot of interest from several clubs across Europe, with English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and Italian Serie A giants Juventus said to have shown keen admiration and interest in snapping him up. Tottenham manager Antonio Conte and Juventus boss Maximiliano Allegri both bolstered their squads in the January winter transfer window but both Italian tacticians are already planning for the summer transfer window ahead.

While Zaniolo is yet to reveal any club he would like to be playing for next season, it is believed that he would fancy at least one more season at Roma before sealing a move away from the club. However, it looks like Mourinho has grown impatient with the star and he could be allowed to move on as soon as the summer transfer window is open for business