Roma Lay Eyes on Two Standouts from Italian Minnows

Roma will have to hunt for bargains next summer and have earmarked a pair of solid Serie A contributors, Torino’s wingback Wilfried Singo and Spezia striker M’Bala Nzola. Both players might be available for low fees since their contracts are up in 2024, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The duo would address positions of need. Rick Karsdorp, who will most likely miss the rest of the season due to a meniscus injury, has reconciled with José Mourinho, but he’s not so sure to stay put. His deputy Zeki Celik hasn’t been convincing. Moreover, the Giallorossi will weigh the proposals for their top striker Tammy Abraham. They need to profit to respect the Financial Fair Play.

According to the publication, Roma are keen on Nzola and Singo because they earn little compared to top teams’ standards. The Special One has reportedly signed off on going after the pair to replenish the squad that could be hurt by multiple departures.

The Spezia marksman has been highly prolific this season, hitting the net 12 times in 23 appearances. The Granata wingback was underwhelming in the first half of the campaign, but he has shown better as of late and scored a couple of times.

Our Take on Roma, Nzola, and Singo

Whether it will be these two targets or somebody else, this is the type of window the Giallorossi will have given the serious restrictions. Torino were pragmatic with Sasa Lukic in January, and they could do the same with the youngster if there’s no progress on his renewal. The Aquilotti striker is a little temperamental, but he deserves to join a bigger team given his numbers and impact.

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