According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, José Mourinho will keep a close eye on six Roma players in their away game against Inter this evening.

The Special One will watch the match between his former and future clubs from his apartment in London.

It’s confirmed he will move to Italy only at the end of the season, out of respect for current Roma coach Paulo Fonseca.

Mourinho is thinking about how he could line up Roma next season and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, he will keep a close eye on six specific players this evening.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, José Mourinho will keep a close eye on six Roma players in their away game against Inter this evening.

The Special One will watch the match between his former and future clubs from his apartment in London.

It’s confirmed he will move to Italy only at the end of the season, out of respect for current Roma coach Paulo Fonseca.

Mourinho is thinking about how he could line up Roma next season and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, he will keep a close eye on six specific players this evening.

The first one is Edin Dzeko who has only scored seven Serie A goals this term and has had issues with Fonseca, so much so he was stripped of the captain armband in January.

Dzeko believes he can do much better with a coach like Mourinho, according to the report.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan will see his contract expire at the end of the season and wants to be sure Mourinho has changed his mind about him.

They had a tricky relationship in their Manchester United days. The Armenia international is aware he also needs to convince Mourinho he can be part of the Roma squad next season.

The Special One coached Pedro at Chelsea and, unlike Mkhitaryan, he was on good terms with the Special One. The pink paper suggests it’s no coincidence the Spaniard’s performances have improved since the Special One was announced Roma coach.

His contract also expires in June.

Rick Karsdorp wants to prove to the Portuguese tactician he can be the starting right-back next season as there are already many rumours about possible new signings in that department.

The same is true of Bryan Cristante, one of the dressing room leaders, and Ebrima Darboe, who will start against Inter.

The 19-year-old arrived in Italy on a refugee boat as an unaccompanied child five years ago and will want to prove he can be ready for the first team next season without leaving on loan to get regular game time.

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