The futures of Mirko Vucinic, Marco Borriello and Jeremy Menez are all uncertain at Roma, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Since Vincenzo Montella's appointment Roma have reverted back to a 4-2-3-1 formation and the team's attack revolves around Francesco Totti.
La Gazzetta understands Vucinic is the player most likely to leave amid interest from Juventus and Inter in Italy and Liverpool in England.
Borriello is said to be fed up with his place on the bench and although Roma are obliged to pay Milan €10m to finalise his transfer this summer, it's thought that he will then be sold.
The situation is slightly different for Menez who now realises that he perhaps won't start every game for Roma, something he needs to do if he is to keep his place in France's national team.
Menez has already expressed his unhappiness at how things have changed under Montella and there are no shortage of takers for his signature after a bright 12 months in Serie A.
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