Roma General Director, Tiago Pinto, continues to work on both incoming and outgoing deals before the transfer market closes next week.
After having secured deals for Bryan Reynolds and Stephan El Shaarawy, the Portuguese executive is also focused on selling some of the Giallorossi’s less important pieces, one of which includes central defender Federico Fazio.
The Argentine has not made a single league appearance for Roma this season and has been shopped by the club both in Serie A and abroad throughout the past six months.
Within the last week, Parma approached the capital club about potentially acquiring the former Sevilla man after their deal to acquire former Udinese and Roma defender, Medhi Benatia, fell through.
The Gialloblu also presented Fazio with a contract offer, but he is unconvinced and hasn’t accepted the proposal.
Due to this, Parma have now turned their attention to Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragović, according to Sky Sport.