Watford are reportedly ready to end Robin Olsen’s nightmare at Roma, who are holding out for €10-15m.
According to Calciomercato.com, Watford have shown an interest in Olsen as Ben Foster turns 36 later this year and 38-year-old Heurelho Gomes could move on this summer.
The Swede was brought in as Alisson’s replacement last year, but his debut campaign was littered with mistakes, prompting Antonio Mirante to replace him as the club’s No 1.
Roma paid €8.5m for the 29-year-old, and the website writes they will look to cash in for €10-15m.
As for who will replace Olsen, CM claims Real Betis’s Pau Lopez and Olympique Lyonnais’s Anthony Lopes are on Roma’s radar.
Lopez has a €35m release clause and has been recently linked with a move to Barcelona, while Lopes’ contract at Lyon runs out in 2020 and could be available as the French club will not want to lose him on a free transfer next year.