Sky Sport Italia reports Roma are waiting for offers for Tammy Abraham and may have to sell Mile Svilar to boost their transfer budget this summer.

Daniele De Rossi has warned that Roma will need to improve “many things” to become top-four contenders next season, but new director Florent Ghisolfi will once again have to deal with a tight transfer budget.

Sky: Roma put Abraham on the market and consider Svilar’s sale

Sky Sport Italia confirms that Romelu Lukaku will return to Chelsea as Roma will not make his move permanent. There will be drastic changes up front as Abraham is also on the market, while Paulo Dybala will receive an offer to spread his salary into a long-term deal, but it remains to be seen if the Argentinean will accept it.

The Giallorossi will even consider selling emerging keeper Svilar to boost their transfer budget this summer, according to Sky.

The 24-year-old has become a regular starter under De Rossi and his sale would produce a substantial capital gain for the club given that the goalkeeper joined the Giallorossi on a free transfer from Benfica in 2022.

Corriere dello Sport reported earlier on Wednesday that Roma’s priority is to sign a new centre forward this summer.

4 thought on “Sky: Roma put Abraham on the market and consider Svilar’s sale”
  1. Svilar has to stay. Abraham can go too. Bring in Moffi from Nice. Karsdorp can go too. Belotti can go. Everyone can go for right price except for
    Svilar, Mancini, Pellegrini & Baldanzi

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