Roma will consider selling Pablo Daniel Osvaldo at the end of the campaign, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Although the striker has scored 11 goals in 18 League games this term, the Giallorossi will allegedly listen to offers for the 27-year-old.
Osvaldo is a controversial player who has had issues in the capital since his arrival from Espanyol in 2011.
The former Fiorentina player has had his discipline problems at times and courted controversy at the weekend.
Osvaldo was strongly criticised by fans for opting to take the penalty against Sampdoria, which he missed, despite the presence of Francesco Totti in the side.
Roma, however, will not sacrifice the player at all costs seeing as they believe he has a market value of €20m.
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