Roma Could Invest More for a Midfielder than a Striker

Roma are in the hunt for reinforcements in multiple roles but, considering their tight budget, they have to be selective with their disbursements. At this stage, the Giallorossi prefer spending more in the midfield while they continue to look for an inexpensive marksman, Il Messaggero informs.

La Lupa re-entered the race for Davide Frattesi with vigor. They could pounce if the two Milan clubs weren’t quick enough. The high-profile alternatives are Manchester United’s Fred, PSG’s Renato Sanches, and especially Marcel Sabitzer, who’s back at Bayern Munich after a loan spell at Old Trafford. The last one could be the easiest to sign.

Instead, Roma have been searching for a center-forward on an initial loan. Gianluca Scamacca remains top of the list. He’s closely followed by Alvaro Morata, whose wages are higher. They touched base for Patson Daka, but Leicester City prefers a permanent sale.

The Giallorossi were offered Daichi Kamada, as his move to Milan is stalling. However, they might not act on him since he’s pretty similar to Lorenzo Pellegrini and Houssem Aouar.

Our Take on the Roma Plans

Tammy Abraham will be back at some point, but such a choice would be risky since a prolific no.9 is arguably the biggest upgrade they could possibly make. If they acquired a top-end midfielder, then the plan would likely be to use Paulo Dybala as the tip of the spear, which is never a bad idea.

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