Roma boss Vincenzo Montella insists he is curious rather than anxious about the club’s prospective new owners.
American investor Thomas Di Benedetto is expected to complete his 70 million euros takeover of Roma in time for Saturday’s match.
Speculation continues to increase about his plans for the club and whether Montella will keep his job.
“I’ll be talking about any takeover as soon as it becomes official. Right now my thoughts are for the Sensi family and for the love and passion they have put in over the years,” he said.
“As soon as Roma decides what is likely to change in the management structure, we’ll be talking about the future.”
Asked further about the takeover, Montella said: “We are curious, not anxious. We must only think about Saturday’s game against Palermo.”
“Palermo are very good on the flanks, both down the left and right. And they have defensive players who are able to push very well.”
“They have a precise style of play. It will be a difficult match and we’re concerned because they have a very good coach and players with a lot of skill.”
“The Champions League is a realisable objective. But naturally we have the handicap of our league position.”
“We have the chance to save the season, but if it’s doesn’t happen we won’t make a drama out of it.”
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