Roma forced to generate €40 million in revenue by the end of June

Andy Mattioli

Roma are entering a crucial phase of the season as the club’s upper management will be forced to confront several key situations.

First and foremost, Roma are yet to appoint a sporting director in place of Tiago Pinto who departed the capital in February.

Italian media report that the primary candidate for the job is Francois Modesto – the current technical director of Monza.

Moreover, the Giallorossi will pursue discussions revolving around Daniele De Rossi’s future – the young coach seems to have convinced the Friedkins to make him the focal point of the club’s new project in the aftermath of Jose Mourinho’s dismissal.

Meetings with De Rossi are set to take place at the end of the season, once Roma and the manager can carefully review the team’s accomplishments and realign their mutual ambitions.

Finally, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Roma will also have to tackle a crucial aspect of the club’s finances ahead of the summer window: the Giallorossi will be forced to generate around €40 million in revenue from player sales by the end of June, a fee which could only be facilitated by the team qualifying for next year’s Champions League.

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