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Serie A giants reportedly set to make offer to sign Victor Wanyama from Tottenham

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Serie A giants Roma are reportedly set to make an offer to sign Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama, after the giallorossi board pulled the plug on a move for Steven N’Zonzi.

Roma are looking to sign a defensive midfielder this summer, especially with Maxime Gonalons expected to leave. The club were close to signing Steven N’zonzi but disagreements between the board and Monchi meant that the club ended up backing away from the Frenchman.

La Republicca state that the side from the Italian capital have shfited their attention to Spurs midfielder Victor Wanyama, who made only eight starts for the Premier League giants last season.

While N’Zonzi could still leave Sevilla, his prefered destination is the Premier League, but Wanyama is currently injured and spent a lot of time on the sidelines last season due to his injury issues.

Roma feel that Wanyama could add more bite to their midfield and with Spurs not having made a single signing this summer, the giallorossi could look to make their window even more disappointing.

Wanyama is currently nursing a recurring knee injury that he suffered while on pre-season with his club Tottenham in the USA.

About Collins Okinyo

Appointed by CAF President Dr.Ahmad as CAF Media Expert. An expert on African football with over 13 years experience ,always with an ear to the ground with indepth knowledge of the game. I have worked for top publications including 7 years at www.supersport.com until i founded www.soka25east.com to quench the thirst of football lovers across the continent. I have trained young upcoming journalists who are now a voice in African football.I have covered World Cup,AFCON,CHAN,Champions League,Confederations Cup,Cecafa,Cosafa,Wafu and many other football tournaments across the World. Founder Football Africa Arena(FAA),Founder www.afrisportdigital.com

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