Torino have reportedly experienced problems with completing a deal to sign Sunderland midfielder Didier N'Dong.
Soon after the end of the season, it was claimed that Torino had made an approach for N'Dong and were willing to pay a fee of £6.6m.
Sunderland have allegedly agreed to sell the player but according to Sky Sports News, a transfer is far from completion.
The report suggests that N'Dong is yet to agree personal terms with the Italian side, while French club Amiens are also said to be monitoring the situation.
N'Dong - who still has three years on his contract at the Stadium of Light - may also be waiting on any offers from the Premier League.