RomaPress – Even though Roma are at work completing the transfer of ownership of the club from James Pallotta to Dan Friedkin, the Giallorossi are still hard at work on the transfer market.
One of the areas that Roma will look to reinforce is their attack – particularly the role of “vice-Edin Dzeko”. Paulo Fonseca wants to find someone who can alternate with the Bosnian striker, who will turn 35 years-old in March.
Talleres striker, Nahuel Bustos, is one of the candidates who could be purchased by the Giallorossi in the coming weeks.
Roma have already opened negotiations with for Bustos and even held talks with Alessandro Luci, the Italian intermediary for Bustos.
Today, Ignacio Campo, the agent of the attacker, spoke briefly to RomaPress and confirmed that Roma remains a possible destination for his client.
“Roma? The Giallorossi remain a concrete option for Nahuel,” confirmed Campo.