Out of contract in the summer and with a new deal at Manchester United appearing unlikely, Marouane Fellaini could make the move to the Italian capital this summer.
Corriere dello Sport writes that Roma sporting director Monchi has already begun talks with the 30-year-old midfielder. The Italian outlet reports that they’ll face competition from Juventus and Inter, who are both hot on the trail of the Belgium international.
The midfielder rejected United’s offer of a new contract and has not played since the end of January after succumbing to a persistent knee injury sustained on international duty in October, and Mourinho expects him back in action next month.
Monchi joined Roma in April of last year, making this his first summer window in which he’s had ample time to prepare the club’s transfer strategy, and he’s identified Fellaini as one of his club’s primary transfer targets.