Roma Tracking Multiple Attackers Ahead of Likely Reshuffle

Roma have started to look for new attackers considering the uncertain future of Nicolò Zaniolo and the fact that they have little offensive depth. The Giallorossi are the latest team to eye Giacomo Raspadori. Moreover, they have expressed interest in Talisca and Charly Musonda.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the management appreciates the versatility of the Sassuolo forward, who would fit multiple schemes. It remains to be seen which players the Neroverdi will decide to sell and what his evaluation could be in the summer. The two clubs have an excellent relationship, and the package could include some youngsters as partial makeweights. On the other hand, Juventus and Inter are also pursuing the 22-year-old.

With Carlos Perez on his way out, Eldor Shomurodov struggling, and Stephan El Shaarawy on a short-term contract, Roma will also need to sign some attackers behind the starters. They have recently touched base for Talisca, informs. He is currently playing at Al-Nassr. He wishes to return to Europe after spending time in China and Saudi Arabia. His price tag would be reasonable, around €12M, but he earns €6.5M wages.

Moreover, José Mourinho is pushing for a reunion with Charly Musonda, reports. They have stayed in touch after their time together at Chelsea. The 25-year-old former wonderkid has not broken through yet mostly due to knee injuries. He has played on loan to Celtic Glasgow and Vitesse in recent seasons. His contract with the Blues runs out in June.