Serie B leaders Torino are being linked with a move for Udinese and Italian Under-21 fantasista Diego Fabbrini.
The Granata are looking to strengthen their squad as they look to win promotion back to the Italian top flight.
Fabbrini could be made available for transfer by the Bianconeri given his lack of use by boss Francesco Guidolin this term.
The attacking midfielder has made just five Serie A appearances this season – all from the bench and for a total of just 125 minutes.
“He would accept a move to Torino,” agent Beppe Galli told Tuttosport on Wednesday. “However, it will be Udinese who decide.”
Fabbrini, 21, scored three goals in 56 Serie B games for Empoli over the previous two campaigns.
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