West Bromwich Albion's unsettled forward Diomansy Kamara is a target for Italian side Roma.
The Serie A giants have been monitoring the form of the Senegal international, who has been in and out of the Albion team since new manager Tony Mowbray took charge of the Championship side in October.
Kamara, 26, has experience of Italian football having played for Catanzaro and Modena and arrived at The Hawthorns in 2005 in a £1.5million switch from Portsmouth.
"Roma like the player and we recently spoke with the club, but it is too much of a leap to say the he will be joining them," Kamara's agent Fabrizio Ferrari told Italian radio.
"Anyway Kamara will cost four million euros. West Bromwich's president values him but he has to accept the possibility that he may want to come back to Italy.
"Unfortunately in England it's not difficult keeping players, because clubs can keep their signings happy and are in a strong position financially."