Roma president James Pallotta was interviewed today by La Repubblica and was asked about the potential sale of the club to tycoon Dan Friedkin.
While the Boston-based American didn’t directly comment on the ongoing negotiations, he certainly left a cryptic message that reads like a goodbye.
“I will only do what’s best for Roma, I don’t care what it is,” he said
”I don’t need thanks or praise, I am at ease because I have worked hard for Roma — I love the club. I just have to be satisfied that I’ve done my best”.
Roma announced two weeks ago that they have entered into negotiations for a possible new investor, signaling that Pallotta could leave the club should an agreement be struck.