Rome as a center of football excellence ready to flourish and become super champions. Jim Pallotta firmly believes in his plan to build a club ready to compete with the top European powerhouses.
The Italian capital wants to be a point of reference for world football. Roma executives are working hard to build a new stadium in order to increase revenue. But the president of the giallorossi, Jim Pallotta, is also focused on the sports side of football.
Walter Sabatini first and Monchi now are following clear directives in order to respect necessary financial steps. The main goal is to develop a healthy and sustainable business model for the sack of Roma. Jim Pallotta is the master who dictates the rules and manages operations by financing the project.
But the American businessman doesn’t want to sell players to fatten the Roma coffers. His project is really based on the acquisition of top European talents as he confirmed in today’s interview with Sirius XM FC.
“We don’t need to sell these young players. Roma should be an attractive place for young players. This is what we decided about three years ago. We have some tremendous young talent that is going to be coming up,” said Pallotta. “I think our effort is really going to pay off in the next two/three years.”
The Roma president also spoke about the financial fair play and the strict regulation imposed by UEFA. The Bostonian investor has unveiled that “Roma asked UEFA for some explanation and constructive dialogue on what we have seen and what other teams have done.”
Pallotta wants to respect the rules of the Union of European Football Association but everybody must be doing the same.