Roma Offered Opportunity to Acquire Everton Striker

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been proposed to Roma by agents and intermediaries. He’s coming off two subpar seasons, where he scored just seven goals and missed plenty of time with injuries. He had his best campaign with Carlo Ancelotti at the helm, hitting the net 21 times in 39 matches.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the striker would like a change of scenery to try bouncing back. The Giallorossi will examine the cost of the operation, as they are operating on a shoestring. They have been searching for a marksman on loan. The Toffees could be keener on such a formula than other teams.

Calvert-Lewin would reportedly be thrilled to join Roma and José Mourinho. The capital club has been focusing on Alvaro Morata and Gianluca Scamacca for the sole so far. Neither is particularly close at the moment, though.

They’ll need to activate a €21M release clause to buy the Spaniard, while West Ham hasn’t okayed an initial temporary spell as far as the Italian center-forward is concerned.

Our Take on Roma and Calvert-Lewin

It would be an okay reclamation project but only if they could get him for really cheap considering his injury history. The Giallorossi aren’t exactly the picture of good health themselves. It wouldn’t be the worst fit.

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