Pallotta, a Strong Signal for the Present and the Future

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The President of the Giallorossi dissipates speculations of negotiation with Qatar. Pallotta wants a great future for Roma.




The club wants the qualification to the next edition of the Champions League even if Ranieri and his men may be too late to catch the last train. But the strongest signal of the day comes directly from the President of the Lupi.

Jim Pallotta has marked as fake news the rumors about Qatar‘s imminent interest in Roma. According to the Bostonian investor, there’s nothing real right now.

But Roma and their fans need positivity for the present and the future. While the club is deeply involved in the race to qualify for the most prestigious European competition for clubs, the executives are working hard to find the right pieces to complete a beautiful puzzle for next year.

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Pallotta doesn’t want to make any other mistake. This season has disappointed the fans and the owner of the club of Trigoria as well.

Reportedly, Roma are still looking for a new sporting director albeit Frederic Massara is already planning strategies for the upcoming transfer window.

According to Ilario Di Giovambattista, the director of the Italian radio station Radio Radio, in the past few days, Baldini should have had a meeting with Torino‘s Petrachi in London.

Jim Pallotta is not ready to give up on his ambition of building a football powerhouse and is impatiently waiting for the final green light from the Italian authorities to build the new Roma stadium.




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A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Calciomercato.it | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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