Roma are in the hunt for a new goalkeeper, with former goalkeeper David De Gea a possible replacement.
De Gea, 34, is out of contract in the summer and is a long-term target for Roma, with Manchester United and Arsenal also linked with a move.
However, the Nerazzurri have yet to make a decision on the keeper, who is set to make his first start since May 25 with the Spanish side.
Roma have a strong squad with the likes of Stefano Sturaro, Sergio Busquets, Federico Fazio and Luca Cigatti all capable of playing at the position.
Former Real Madrid goalkeeper David de Gea (centre) is a target for the Nerazurri.
He has been linked with the Serie A side.
The Argentine has been at Real Madrid since 2008 and scored 14 goals in 73 appearances.
The Bianconeri have lost their last two league games by a combined score of 8-1.
The Nerazzuri are currently in the Europa League play-offs and will be hoping to move up to the top tier after beating CSKA Moscow 4-0 in the group stage.
Rome are one of Europe’s most successful clubs, with their Champions League success in 2006 and the recent success in Serie A.