Roma are considering an unlikely signing of Inter's Marcelo Brozovic, but only if Leandro Paredes is sold.
The midfielder is already being sought out by Juventus, but the Nerazzurri have turned down all offers as they are reluctant to reinforce an Italian rival.
This same motivation makes it difficult to imagine that Roma's advances for Brozovic will be met kindly, but the Corriere dello Sport believes that sporting director Walter Sabatini is probing nonetheless.
The same newspaper also reports that a move for Brozovic would only occur in case Leandro Paredes were sold. Should that not happen, the Giallorossi would still go after a new midfielder, but one much cheaper than the Interista.
The most likely candidate at the moment seems to be Benjamin Stamboli, who has been offered by Paris Saint-Germain.