Atalanta are keen on re-marking Amad Diallo borrowed from Manchester United for the rest of the period.
Diallo is set to get together with his new United partners this month, having been endorsed by the Premier League club for £37.2m on Deadline Day in October.
The arrangement had relied on Diallo getting a UK work license, with United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer demanding Friday night that all the essential administrative work had been passed for the 18-year-old to take the action to England.
“The exchange market? We are fine, the club is mindful. There is an inward arrangement inside the club that could be fascinating, regardless of whether the group is fine: it is Amad Diallo,” administrator Gian Piero Gasperini said in front of Atalanta’s Serie A conflict against Sassuolo on Sunday.
“Plainly he is going to Manchester United, yet he could even now stay here for a couple of months with us.
“I like him a great deal, he’s just 18. I’d like him to remain until June, clearly it relies upon his club.