Romelu Lukaku is among the six Roma players who will play at the Stadio Olimpico for the last time tonight, but more, including Paulo Dybala, are facing an uncertain future in the capital.

Roma visit Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico tonight in the final home game of the season.

As reported by Il Corriere dello Sport, it will be the last-ever home fixture for several Giallorossi players.

Many will return to their clubs after the end of a loan spell in the capital: Lukaku (Chelsea), Dean Huijsen (Juventus), Renato Sanches (PSG), Sardar Azmoun (Bayer Leverkusen), and Rasmus Kristensen (Leeds United). Rui Patricio will also leave as Roma won’t extend his contract, which expires in June.

Final home game for six Roma players, but future uncertain for more

The Giallorossi are also making assessments on Leonardo Spinazzola. Daniele De Rossi would like to keep him at the club, but Roma need the Italian defender to lower his salary. Spinazzola’s contract also expires next month.

De Rossi will predictably ask Roma to sign Angelino permanently for €5m, while other players have an uncertain future in the capital.

The most notable is Dybala, who has a €12m clause valid until July 30. Edoardo Bove, Nicola Zalewski, Zeki Celik, Rick Karsdorp, and Chris Smalling will leave for a suitable offer, while Diego Llorente’s future has yet to be determined.

The Spanish defender is on loan from Leeds United, and Roma can make his move permanent with €5 million.


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