Vinicio Fioranelli, the main representative of a Swiss-German conglomerate interested in purchasing Serie A side Roma, has stated he is confident that a deal can be made.
"I'm very serene, we have the potential to move forward," he explained to Sky Sport 24 on Friday.
"At the moment there are no deadlines. It's a commitment that would put me in the face of great responsibility towards the city, fans, and journalists. We realise this is an important decision."
Fioranelli also defended the Sensi family currently in charge of Roma, who may indeed sell the club due to their increasing debt.
"I think the wrong behaviour has been directed towards this family. The Sensi family deserves great praise by the Romans. They gave a lot to this team, not only in capital, but also their passion and soul," he suggested.
"There are obligations, they are a company listed on the stock market and we must respect the rules. This is a project that would involve people of great professionalism. Very, very serious people."
The latest reports indicate that the conglomerate are willing to make a bid in the region of €283 million for the Giallorossi.
Adam Scime, Goal.com