Roma eyeing manager Maurizio Sarri, Torino’s Andrea Belotti for the summer


Roma are likely to undergo a major overhaul this summer as their hopes for Champions League qualification dwindle.

Several players, including Edin Dzeko, are expected to leave, while manager Paulo Fonseca is also likely to exit the Italian capital. The Portuguese technician’s deal expires in June, and all signs point to him leaving the club after two seasons.

With a revolution appearing inevitable, a report today from Sky Sport journalist, Paolo Assogna, claims that Roma have their eyes set on two high profile reinforcements.

Reportedly, the Giallorossi’s primary objectives for this summer are former Juve boss Maurizio Sarri, and Torino striker Andrea Belotti.

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