Roma are reportedly tracking Genoa defender Radu Dragusin.
The capital club are said to be on the look-out for additional defensive reinforcements in January due to Marash Kumbulla’s long-term injury and Chris Smalling’s unclear recovery timeline.
As reported by calciomercato.it, Roma have launched inquiries in Serie A, making Genoa centreback Radu Dragusin one of their top names on the club’s shopping list.
The 21-year-old defender has impressed in Alberto Gilardino’s first Serie A season as a coach and is linked with various other clubs including AC Milan and Brighton.
The player’s pricetag is elevated for Roma’s financial capabilities: the news portal claims Genoa are asking for €30 million and are finalizing a new deal for Dragusin which will be valid until 2027.