Manchester City’s Aleksandar Kolarov is being tracked by Italian club AS Roma, according to the Daily Mail.
Kolarov only has one more year left on his contract with Man City and Roma is attempting to lure the Serbian with more game time.
However they are not the only ones chasing the left-back’s signature, with AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, and Monaco all keeping tabs on the former Lazio man.
In recent comments Kolarov mentioned he almost left the Citizens last summer for a return to Italy after not playing on a consistent basis under Roberto Mancini.
And last season he was also linked with the Milan clubs and Napoli after losing his starting berth to Frenchman Gael Clichy.
“Last season I didn’t play a lot or I played one game and then I didn’t play for the next three and it was difficult for me,” Kolarov admitted.
Roma, currently second in Italy’s Serie-A, are also targeting Tottenham’s Brazilian midfielder Paulinho in the hope he’ll join for Champions League football.