CEO Fienga: Roma is an Aspirational and Serious Club

The CEO of the Giallorossi spoke about the ambitions of the club at the shareholders meeting that took place at Trigoria today. Fienga believes that the end of the year is a time for the sale of assets or players.




Another important meeting took place today in the eternal city. In the AS Roma shareholders meeting, the Vice-President of the Lupi Baldissoni and CEO Fienga clearly highlighted a few main strategies of the club.

Although they talked once more about the new stadium and the small steps that could lead to its construction, Guido Fienga has further analyzed the current situation and explained the on-the-pitch ambitions of the club of Trigoria.

“The end of the year is a time for the sale of assets, or players. The idea is to maximize the return on assets, not sell assets because we have to,” said Fienga as reported on the AS Roma official website.

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But his words could be perceived negatively by the passionate Roma fans who are still dreaming of great purchases this summer but disappointed about the possible departures of top players such as Dzeko and Manolas. Guido Fienga admitted that errors were made and that’s why the overall costs of the team have increased. But the Roma executives are still working “focusing on increasing the competitive level of the team despite reviewing costs.”

“We are deeply committed to improving and we will put everything into it. Roma is an aspirational and serious club,” concluded the Roma CEO Guido Fienga.




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A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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