Reports in Italy suggest that Swansea are willing to allow forward Alberto Paloschi to leave the club this summer.
The Italian only moved to the Liberty Stadium in January for a fee believed to be in the region of Â£8million, but he has struggled to settle in South Wales, scoring only two goals in ten Premier League appearances.
The 26-year-old, who joined the Swans from Chievo, is now being tipped for a return to Serie A during the off-season, with Atalanta reportedly agreeing a â‚¬7.5million fee to sign the striker.
Should Paloschi leave Swansea then he will become the second high-profile striker to leave the club after only six months in South Wales, following on from Portuguese forward Eder’s swift exit to Lille in January.
Swansea would also be left with a shortage of fire-power in the final third should Paloschi depart, with Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre Ayew being the only recognised front-men at the club.