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Chelsea loanee emerges as Roma top January target: all the names
28/12/2018, 15:00
According to what has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma are monitoring Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi, currently on loan with La Liga outfit Valencia. The Spanish side have been struggling in La Liga and the latest thought is that Roma may make a move for the Belgian.

This comes as both Bologna and Sampdoria express an interest in signing struggling Czech forward Patrik Schick on loan for the rest of the season, after he has failed to make all that much of an impact in the Italian capital.  Roma are also reportedly keeping an eye on Sevilla's Colombian forward Muriel - as they seek to strengthen their side to turn around their rather unconvincing first half of the season. 

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