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06/01/2017 - 12:27 BST

Roma Deal-Maker In London To Chase Chelsea and Everton Stars


Roma's sporting director has been in London for talks with Chelsea and Everton over loan deals for Charly Musonda and Gerard Deulofeu, according to Italian broadcaster Sky Italia.

The Serie A giants are keen to sign Chelsea youngster Musonda, who returned from Real Betis this month, on another loan deal and the player’s father admitted recently that a move to the Stadio Olimpico is a possibility.

Frederic Massara, the Roma sporting director, was one of the attendees at Chelsea’s clash against Tottenham at White Hart Lane earlier this week and has been in talks with the Blues since Thursday to gauge whether they are ready to allow the Belgian to leave this month.

The final decision is expected to be taken by Antonio Conte, who will watch Musonda in training before taking a call on his future at the club.


The Roma sporting director is also expected to meet Everton officials and is set to hold further discussions for the signature of winger Deulofeu on another loan deal.  

AC Milan are also interested in the Toffees winger and are keen to rival Roma for a loan deal with an option to make the move permanent at a later date.

However, Everton are yet to take a call whether they are ready to allow the Spaniard to leave on an initial loan deal or look for an outright transfer.