Roma president Rosella Sensi hinted that the Lupi would keep trying to bring players in until the transfer window shuts, and Inter's Brazilian winger Amantino Mancini has declared that he would relish a return to the Eternal City.
"I would love to be able to return to Roma, where I felt really good and I believe I played some important seasons," Mancini told Romanews.eu.
"Inter know that I would like to leave, but not because I have anything against the Nerazzurri, not at all, because they have always been wonderful with me. The problem is that happiness for a player is going out on the pitch and playing."
After swapping Roma for Inter only last summer, however, Mancini realises that he will have to win back the supporters who once chanted his name.
"I know the Giallorossi fans well, I know they have not forgiven me for leaving," he said. "But I'm ready to confront the problem, I would give everything to be able to change the opinion of the supporters who were fans of me for years."
Fitness and performances are the key for Luciano Spalletti, who complained of his side's lack of physical condition after yesterday's 3-1 defeat to Juventus.
The former Udinese tactician also commented that "a flutter on the transfer market" would not solve Roma's problems.
Anthony Wright, Goal.com