Crotone are reportedly interested in signing Fabio Borini on a deal until June 2021.
Tuttomercatoweb reports Borini, who was released by Hellas Verona after 2019-20 and has yet to sign with a new club, could become a new Crotone player this winter.
The newly promoted side are looking for reinforcements as they fight to survive in the top tier, and the report claims the club are interested in the former Milan forward.
Borini moved on a free transfer from the Rossoneri to the Gialloblu in January 2020, but his contract expired on September 1, 2020.
He has been without a club since and has even been linked with a return to the Bentegodi, but Crotone are now considering making a move for the former Roma attacker.
Borini returned to Italy from Sunderland in July 2017, after having moved to Liverpool from the Giallorossi in July 2012.
The 29-year-old scored three goals in 14 games for Verona in the second half of Serie A 2019-20.