LOSC Lille midfielder Renato Sanches and Torino captain Andrea Belotti are reportedly the two main Roma targets on the transfer market.
Jose Mourinho will take over this summer and the Giallorossi are already planning for the transfer market with the former Inter coach.
The Portuguese coach replaces his compatriot Paulo Fonseca after a disappointing season for La Lupa, who risk not qualifying for the Europa League next term.
But the Giallorossi have the strategy ready for the transfer market, having identified two potential targets.
Mourinho has, according to Tuttomercatoweb, made Sanches and Belotti the main targets this summer.
The Lille midfielder has turned 23, but has already experience from Primeira Liga with Benfica, the German Bundesliga with Bayern Munich, the Premier League with Swansea and two seasons at LOSC Lille in Ligue 1.
Sanches, capped 24 times by Portugal, moved to Lille for a reported €20m in August 2019, and his market value has increased during a successful spell with the Ligue 1 leaders.
Belotti, on the other hand, is a familiar name in Italian football and continues to play a key role at Torino.
This term, the 27-year-old, has contributed 12 goals in 32 Serie A games and is expected to be in Italy CT Roberto Mancini’s squad for Euro 2020 this summer.