Roma have a chunk of a load on their shoulders as they will have to fend off interests from a pool of clubs across Europe keen on luring left-footed attacked Cengiz Under away from the Italian capital.
Manchester City are reportedly driving to nab the star in the January transfer window, but could face tougher competition from the Premier League for the 21-year-old.
London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal already have their eyes set on the player and are reportedly homing in on the Turkish star.
City neared stealing a move on the player just a little more than a year ago when he was at Turkish outfit Istanbul Basaksehir, but Roma robbed them of that opportunity, picking the star up almost immediately.
Under joined Roma in the summer of 2017, for a reported 13.4 million euros and was fitted into Mohammed Salah’s role at the Italian outfit, after the former Chelsea player exited the club.
The price tag slapped on the 21-year-old is around 24.3 million pounds according to Transfermarkt, however that fee could take a new rise as more interests are reportedly pouring in, with Barcelona said to be interested in the 21-year-old.
Cengiz Under is not sloppy on the ball, and is widely known for his quick movements and long range shots.