Pedro-Mkhitaryan-Zaniolo in support of Dzeko?

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The Giallorossi are shaping a top offensive sector albeit the future of Dzeko is still uncertain. Reportedly, the Bosnian star may leave Roma in the current transfer window.

Nobody knows the future of Edin Dzeko at this time. The Bosnia international has been linked with Juventus and Inter recently although the current captain of the Giallorossi had signed a new contract twelve months ago.

While Roma‘s CEO Guido Fienga is working hard to trade those players that are not considered necessary for Paulo Fonseca, the future of Dzeko in the Eternal City is reportedly uncertain.

Pedro Rodriguez is already in Rome. The Spaniard signed a contract with Roma right after his medicals yesterday. Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been confirmed and his total acquisition may be made official soon. Nicolò Zaniolo is called to play a great 2020-21 campaign. The talented Italian star made the Roma fans dream. In the upcoming season, Zaniolo can do even better.

Pedro-Mhitaryan-Zaniolo in support of Dzeko to qualify for the Champions League.

While The Friedkin Group is carefully assessing the right moves to shape a competitive side, the choices made for the offensive sector are remarkable.

Reportedly, if Edin Dzeko will be traded out, the Giallorossi would be interested in Arkadiusz Milik. Napoli, on the other hand, is chasing Cengiz Under and a swap deal with cash included may be a good choice for both clubs.

The Polish player may be a good striker for the Lupi, a player capable of replacing Dzeko properly. He will be turning 27 next February and he could guarantee a great future for the Giallorossi.

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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 & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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