Roma chief Walter Sabatini is in London to discuss the fates of Gael Clichy and Mirko Vucinic.
It has been known for several weeks that the Giallorossi are interested in Arsenal star Clichy and negotiations are developing to an advanced stage.
Director of Sport Sabatini is in London today for talks with the Gunners, who have valued the Frenchman at €11.5m.
So far Roma have offered only €8m and there is competition from other Premier League clubs, as Clichy recently rejected a contract extension at the Emirates.
Sabatini is also in England for negotiations with sides over striker Vucinic, who it seems has no future in Luis Enrique's squad.
Tottenham and Blackburn Rovers are the hot favourites for the Montenegro hitman in a €20m bidding war.
Roma are eager to sell Vucinic abroad rather than accept the offer from Serie A rivals Juventus.
According to newspaper ‘Leggo,' Vucinic is determined to join the Bianconeri.
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