Jordan Veretout is one of the primary names linked with a summer exit from the capital once the season comes to an end.
The Frenchman, who was expected to sign a contract extension with the Giallorossi, failed to impress in this campaign and as a result, negotiations over a renewal have come to a halt.
The midfielder is not happy with his limited playing time and is looking to move from Roma in June.
According to whispers from France, Veretout is drawing significant interest from Olympique de Marseille.
In fact, sports outlet Le 10Sport reports that Pablo Longoria’s club have identified Veretout as one of the primary candidates to replace Boubacar Kamara, who on the other hand has rejected a renewal offer from the French giants and is bound to move abroad in the upcoming transfer window.
Roma have reportedly fixed a €25 million price-tag on Veretout, claims Italian news outlet calciomercato.com.