Roma are eyeing reinforcements for January and one of the departments they’re looking to upgrade is the attack. La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the Giallorossi want to bring in a name to give Edin Dzeko a rest after the Bosnian has played non-stop since the injury to Nikola Kalinić.
Reportedly, Roma are interested in Everton’s Moise Kean, whom the club held talks for in the summer. The 19 year-old has had a rough start to life in England and was recently punished by the club for arriving late to training. The capital-club spoke with Kean’s agent, Mino Raiola, about a potential summer move when it appeared Dzeko would leave for Inter – however, talks stalled and the player ultimately chose to move abroad.
Roma are also eyeing the profiles of Benfica’s Seferović and Espanyol’s Ferreyra – but their loan offers haven’t been convincing. Meanwhile, the club is also considering waiving goodbye to Juan Jesus and Diego Perotti once the window reopens.