Roma interested in Newcastle’s Allan Saint-Maximin


Roma and new manager José Mourinho are looking at several options to help reinforce the team this summer. From goalkeeper to the attack, the club’s roster is likely to undergo a massive overhaul when the transfer window reopens.

According to today’s edition of Il Corriere della Sera, one of the names that Mourinho has his eyes on is Newcastle United’s Allan Saint-Maximin.

The former Nice man experienced a mixed campaign, tallying three goals and five assists in 23 league appearances this season. The former Chelsea boss, though, may look to bring him to the Italian capital to freshen up the Giallorossi’s aging attack.

Of all the area’s on the pitch, this is one with the most question marks. The futures of veteran duo Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Edin Dzeko remain a question mark while others, such as Carles Perez, haven’t made a large impact.

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