Roma Transfers: Real & Imagined
Reports are sweeping through the Italian media that Roma and Santos are close to completing a €15 million move for 20-year-old striker Marcos Leonardo
The 19-year-old Rosario forward was previously linked with Milan, but his club is pressed for funds, potentially paving the way for Roma to swoop in.
Santos striker Marcos Leonardo has emerged as the favorite in the post-Scamacca world. What the Brazilian wonderkid lacks in experience, he makes up for in potential.
With Roma likely to miss out on Gianluca Scamacca, the club's options are shrinking fast. But there are some intriguing options out there, including Patson Daka, Duvan Zapata and more.
The 24-year-old striker could be coming home as soon as next week, according to reports from Calciomercato.
Tiago Pinto continues to winnow down the senior squad, as the Giallorossi ship two underperforming signings off to smaller Serie A sides.
Another free agent signing — but is this one for the Primavera or the senior squad?
According to reports in France, talks between Roma and PSG are intensifying for the 25-year-old midfielder.
He may not have become another Roma legend, but Calafiori might net Tiago Pinto some extra money to play with this mercato
The dominoes are lining up. If West Ham lands Origi, Scamacca could make his way to Rome.
The free agent shelves are almost empty, but there are some intriguing names Roma could land without the hassle of transfer negotiations.
According to Calciomercato, PSG not only are open to loaning Sanches, they may even foot the bill. But is he worth the injury risk?
We’re still more than one month away from the transfer deadline, but the Algerian/French midfielder could already be Pinto’s smartest deal of this mercato.
This weeks episode is chock full of transfer stories, debates and your questions. Give it a listen!
With Alvaro Morata looking expensive and Inter Milan looming, might Roma actually get their original target at striker?
One of Italy's brightest young talents is garnering a lot of interest on the transfer market, with Roma joining the likes of Juventus, Napoli and Borussia Dortmund in the chase for Tommaso Baldanzi.
Earlier this week, Roma added to their embarrassment of riches, signing up-and-comer Martina Tomaselli while extending midfield mainstay Claudia Ciccotti for another year.
Roma's transfer plans have narrowed to two players: Marcel Sabitzer and Alvaro Morata. They're not here yet, but the latest updates are promising.
According to reports in Italy, Roma are poised to meet with Alvaro Morata's representatives next week.
It seems like the Saudi League has finally set its sights on the red and yellow part of Rome. Will Spina bite? Who else could be on the move soon?
Roma's search for midfield reinforcements has retuned once again to Renato Sanches. With talks underway, could the PSG midfielder move to Rome?
Roma's pursuit of Marcel Sabitzer remains in limbo, but a loan plus an obligation tied to Champions League qualification could be the key to unlocking this deal.
After a week off, Across the Romaverse returns with plenty of transfer talk and lots of listener questions.
Roma's outgoing transfers have quieted lately, but the Giallorossi are poised to earn millions off sell-on clauses for several former players, including Nicolo Zaniolo and Cengiz Ünder.
The young Brazilian attacker is on Roma’s radar, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.
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