Premier League giants Manchester United defender Chris Smalling would reportedly be willing to accept a pay cut to join Serie A outfit AS Roma on a permanent basis this summer.
The 30-year-old is currently on loan at Italian club and has impressed for the Serie A giants outfit this campaign, founding back of the net twice in 28 games in all competitions.
AS Roma have said on a number of occasions that they keen on to sign the centre-back on a permanent basis, although Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Everton have also been credited with a strong interest,.
According to Sky Italy, Cris Smalling is keen to join Serie A giants AS Roma on a long-term basis this summer and would be prepared to drop his current wages in order to finalise a move to Stadio Olimpico.
The Red Devils, though, could allegedly demand as much as £32m for the ex-Fulham starlet as he still has more than two years left to his current salary with the Red Devils.
The Englishman, who has remained in the Italian top-tier despite the coronavirus lockdown, will allegedly not make a final decision about his future until the summer but it seems highly unlikely to see him making return to Old Trafford.