Roma are reportedly weighing up a fresh approach for Manchester United centre-back Chris Smalling after a successful takeover of the club.
The 30-year-old impressed during a season-long loan with the Italian side, making 37 appearances in all competitions.
However, Roma were unable to agree a loan extension with Man Utd last week and were priced out of making an offer for a permanent switch.
Calciomercato suggests that the Giallorossi are ready to revive their interest, though, after the club was sold by former owner James Pallotta in a £533m takeover.
Roma have been tipped to challenge for the Serie A title next season and bringing in Smalling permanently is said to be one of their priorities for the summer window.