Hampel auctions sells on 22 September an "Italian School, 16th century" Adoration of the magi.
The same lot was sold at Drouot as "Circle of Anthonie van (Montfort) Blocklandt, ca. 1580" in 2012, for 7,260 Euro. Anthonie Blocklandt van Montfoort was a Dutch painter who lived from ca. 1533 to 1583.
Altramentum, a Spanish restorer who showcases some of their works. This version is attributed to Pieter Coecke van Aelst, who was dead by 1550 so quite a bit earlier. They correctly describe it as a Nativity, as no magi are present, only Joseph (and two shepherds in the background).
Artnet lists another, probably later version, after Cornelis van Cleve this time: it is slightly different, with two characters on the left (making it n adoration of the shepherds instead of a nativitiy. I have no information on the auction house, date or price, and no better image.
Ringling Museum of Art by Cornelis van Cleve, from ca. 1540.
All in all, it seems fairly safe to attribute the one for sale to a follower of Joos van Cleve, and to forget all about any Italian connection this work may have.
earlier. It certainly should be placed in the same artistic environment.