Roma Facing Major Uncertainty Regarding Their Attack

The recent zing by Francesco Totti is unlikely to impact Paulo Dybala’s future at Roma, also because they already have plenty of balls in the air as far as their attack is concerned. None of the other strikers will be part of next year’s squad for sure, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The Giallorossi and Chelsea have a gentleman’s agreement for Romelu Lukaku, who could be bought out for €43M. It’s highly unlikely to happen. He’ll be back in London at first. The capital club could still try to bring him back but won’t purchase him in May or June.

The possibility of a swap involving Tammy Abraham is still on the table, should the Blues want their youth product back. He’s under contract with Roma until 2026. Cashing in on him wouldn’t make much sense since his value is at an all-time low. He recently made his first appearance on the bench following last May’s ACL tear.

Andrea Belotti joined Fiorentina on a simple loan, and he’ll probably return. He makes €3M per year, and finding a buyer will be tough. Sardar Azmoun has been serviceable but might not have done enough to justify triggering his €12.5M option to redeem him.

Our Take on the Roma Attack

Lukaku hasn’t been prolific enough to merit a large disbursement, and he’s not going to get better. The conditions would have to be really favorable to keep him. It’s not great, but their best bet to have an elite striker lie on Abraham coming back strong.

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