Roma Transfers: Real & Imagined
Roma just added some muscle to their midfield in the form of Portuguese veteran Sergio Oliveira, who joins the Giallorossi on loan with an option to buy.
The two young Spaniards, who were integral for Roma last season, have struggled for match time under Mourinho and seem poised to return to La Liga.
For some insight into the newest member of the Giallorossi, we turned to our Arsenal colleagues at The Short Fuse for the inside scoop on Ainsley Maitland-Niles.
Roma finally got their man, landing 24-year-old utility player Ainsley Maitland-Niles on a six-month loan.
The versatile Maitland-Niles seems poised to join his countrymen Tammy Abraham and Chris Smalling in the Eternal City on a six-month loan.
Silly season is back and we dive into what we expect the Roma’s winter mercato to look like.
We wrap up our winter transfer preview series by discussing our dream January signings and debating what Roma should do with guys like Gonzalo Villar.
Winter Transfer Preview Roundtable, Part I: Roma's Transfer Challenges, Pinto's Successes, DMs & More
With the transfer window set to open, we assembled the crew to discuss Roma's transfer wants and needs in a two-part series. First up: What does Roma have and what do they need?
Roma's young full-back may get some season in Sardinia if a proposed loan move to Cagliari comes through.
The 22-year-old midfielder is a real talent, but Roma will face stiff competition for his signature.
The Arsenal defender could plug multiple holes for Roma this winter, including both full-back roles.
Roma had their fair share of ups and downs in 2021, but what would it take to bring better fortune to the Giallorossi in 2022? We offer four humble suggestions for a bright New Year for the Giallorossi.
A smattering of rumor updates to kick off the holiday weekend, including updates on Roma's pursuit of Hoffenheim midfielder Florian Grillitsch.
This one stings. A lot. But you have to be proud of Allyson Swaby, who is cashing in her strong run with Roma for a spot with Angel City FC in the NWSL.
A burgeoning star American full-back for Roma's American owners? Yeah, we could get down with that.
He's not likely to remain with the club past this season, but thanks to his impressive run against CSKA, Borja Mayoral could be Roma's secret weapon in the second half of the season.
The 22-year-old full-back remains Roma's top target and could make the switch on a potential €15 million move.
Center-back wasn't likely on Roma's shopping list two months ago, but thanks to injuries and inconsistencies, the club are searching far and wide for a new CB, preferably a lefty like Senesi.
Another defensive midfielder to add to the rumor pile, Florian Grillitsch offers a good blend of passing prowess and defensive acumen.
With José Mourinho not giving him many chances, it’s likely that Roma’s second American signing ever will be going out on loan this winter. The question is: where to?
The young forward apparently made quite an impression on José Mourinho and Tiago Pinto over the club's two Conference League fixtures.
With his injured ankle on the mend, could Madrid midfield Dani Ceballos find a fresh start with Jose Mourinho and Roma?
Ajax's Lisandro Martinez, a 23-year-old lefty from Argentina, could be Roma's preferred target. But he won't come cheap.
We opened up the floor to you, our listeners, and you came at us with plenty of great questions. We give our take on those, plus we look ahead to Sunday’s big match.
An impending free agent from Ajax, could the 24-year-old right back be a winter addition for Roma?
If Gianluca Di Marzio is to be believed, Roma’s angling to bring in a midfield reinforcement as soon as possible.