Roma are reportedly ready to formulate a new bid for midfielder Davide Frattesi.
The Giallorossi are working to find an agreement with Sassuolo before the likes of Inter and Milan get the chance to do the same.
As reported by Italian journalist Francesco Balzani for calciomercato.com, Roma plan to take advantage of their 30% sell-on clause.
Thus, the Giallorossi want to offer Sassuolo €10 million in cash now – which the club earned through the sales of Filippo Missori and Cristian Volpato – for Frattesi’s loan. Additionally, Roma would pay €11 million plus €3 million in add-ons next year to secure the obligation.
With the sell-on clause, the total fee would amount to €33 million, edging closer to Sassuolo’s original asking price of €35 million.