After last week’s bust up with manager Paulo Fonseca, Roma striker Edin Dzeko’s future in the Italian capital remains a major question mark.
It wasn’t the first time that the Bosnian and the Portuguese tactician have clashed since the latter was appointed as Roma a manager eighteen months ago — this time, though, a potential reconciliation is taking longer to arrive.
With the relationship between the pair still frosty, a number of agents and intermediaries have offered the former Wolfsburg man to clubs in both Italy and abroad.
Late today, Matteo De Santis of La Stampa reported that Juventus, who came close to acquiring Dzeko in the summer, are still interested in his services.
Reportedly, the Bianconeri have offered German midfielder Sami Khedira, who is currently frozen out of the team, in a potential deal for Dzeko.