Roma manager Luciano Spalletti has revealed he has been keeping a close eye on Chelsea’s Charly Musonda and West Ham’s Sofiane Feghouli.
The Serie A side have been linked a whole host of wide options from the Premier League, partly to cover for the loss of Mohamed Salah who is at the African Cup of Nations with Egypt.
Musonda has recently returned early from a loan spell at Real Betis, while Feghouli has so far failed to settle with the Hammers after his summer switch from Valencia.
But both wingers have impressed the Roma boss and believes both could improve his squad.
“I started watching Feghouli and Musonda to see if they can give us a hand and, on this, I say yes,” Spalletti told Calcio Mercato.
“[Frederic] Massara [Roma’s sporting director] will work with regard to this.”