Roma’s swoop for Mattia Destro is not complete yet and reports of problems in negotiations have alerted both Milan and Juventus.
The striker is now fully owned by Genoa after they resolved the co-ownership deal with Siena for €7m, leading Rossoblu President Enrico Preziosi to suggest Destro would sign for Roma “within 24 hours.” 
However, reports this evening claim problems have emerged in the discussions over personal terms with a difference of €300,000 between wage demand and offer.
It is therefore rumoured that the impasse could allow Juventus and Milan to push their way back into the race for Destro.
There are even reports that if Destro does not agree personal terms with Roma, then Genoa and Siena will not sign the contracts either, so the striker will still be co-owned by those two clubs.
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