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The Giallorossi already boast a star-studded midfield, forcing the youngster's representative to weigh up the options for his client

Roma-owned starlet Federico Viviani could be in line for a move to England if talks go well between the player's agent and an unknown Premier League club.

The highly-rated midfielder, who is on loan at Serie B outfit Latina, has already worn the captain's armband at Under-21 level for Italy and his representative is keen to provide some clarity on the youngster's future.

With Miralem Pjanic, Kevin Strootman, Daniele De Rossi and Radja Nainggolan among other big names all vying for a place in Roma's midfield, a move abroad could be the smartest option for blossoming Viviani's career.

Speaking to Calciomercato.com, agent Giovanni Ferro revealed his plans.

“I will be leaving for England shortly,” he said. “But I prefer not to name the club in question. We'll see what happens.

“When I return, I will speak to Roma and update them on the offers I receive and together we will work out the best solution for my client, who still has plenty of room to grow.”

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