Roma President Dan Friedkin has made his return to the Italian capital following a few weeks of absence.
According to today’s edition of Corriere dello Sport, the American owner is expected to remain in Italy for an extended period of time.
Friedkin has reportedly asked the club to set up various meetings within Roma’s upper management.
The newspaper reports that such meetings will entail both the financial as well as sporting aspects of the club including Roma’s sponsorship deals, marketing operations analysis and strategies for the future.
Additionally, Friedkin will also inevitably meet with Roma technician Jose Mourinho and General Manager Tiago Pinto since both their contracts are set to expire next summer.
For now, Mourinho’s future at the club continues to be uncertain: no steps have been taken to ensure a new deal at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Tiago Pinto is said to be closer to the possibility of remaining in the Italian capital although it will largely depend on the team’s performance and achievements over the course of this year’s campaign.