FORMER Celtic and Hamilton midfielder Massimo Donati is confident that Alfredo Morelos would fit right in at Fiorentina, with the Serie A club reportedly keeping tabs on the Rangers striker.

According to the Sunday Post, the Italian side are weighing up a move for the Colombia internationalist, who is believed to be valued at around 20 million euros by the Premiership runners-up.

If La Viola were to sanction a move for the centre-forward, Donati is in no doubt that Morelos would thrive in his new surroundings - particularly playing alongside the likes of former Bayern Munich midifielder Franck Ribery and Italian internationalist Federico Chiesa.

Donati told the Sunday Post: "I could see this one happen, I really could.

"I know Morelos very well. He is a player who has good technical qualities, in every area of the game.

“But his real strength is his nose for goals. This is a great thing that many more famous forwards than him do not possess.

"I think he could be very happy at Fiorentina as he would play with Federico Chiesa and Franck Ribery, two extraordinary players who could give him many assists.

"With their support, I think he could be a big success in Florence."

Donati is convinced that the Colombian striker would settle in well in Italy, but he added that he did harbour some concerns over Morelos' temperament.

He continued: "Moving from the Scottish Premiership to Italy’s Serie A, which is much more technical and tactical, could create difficulties for him.

"I think with the right coach – and, who knows, that could be Giuseppe Ianchini – he could overcome these problems. Much would depend on him, on his attitude and his desire to grow.

"One thing that definitely needs to improve is Morelos’ temperament, which has been a problem. During his time at Rangers, he has been sent off several times.

"Leaving his team-mates down to 10 men so often is a problem – bad for him, who can feel guilty, and bad for the team that has to work harder."