We kicked off the week offering a handful of suggestions to help Roma's depth issues at right-back. From Premiership castaways like Colum Chambers to Serie A veterans like Bartosz Bereszynski, GM Tiago Pinto has plenty of options to find cover behind starter Rick Karsdorp. However, despite our unsolicited suggestions, Pinto and José Mourinho seem to have their heart set on Manchester United's Diogo Dalot, who spent last season on loan with AC Milan.

According to the Corriere dello Sport, while Roma is doing their due diligence on a host of players, including Bereszynski—who may prove too difficult to acquire since Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero is insisting on Riccardo Calafiori or Gonzalo Villar heading the opposite way—Dalot remains the number one option.