Champions League revenue, sale of Emerson likely won’t require summer sales

Alessandro Austini of Il Tempo has reported today that the revenue gained by Roma in the Champions League combined with the January sale of Emerson Palmieri could be enough not to sell an important player by 30 June, which Roma have been forced to do the past couple of summers, while also remaining in the good graces of Financial Fair Play. At most, a minimum “plusvalenza” may be needed, with Lukasz Skorupski being cited as a potential candidate.

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