Roma may have one Serie A match left on the docket, but you wouldn't know it judging by the Italian media, who seem to be shifting into silly season mode already. The transfer market won't officially open until July, but with domestic leagues across the continent closing up shop this week and the start of Euro 2020 still three weeks away, we can expect a deluge of transfer rumors between now and June 11th, when Italy kicks off the European Championships against Turkey at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome—a stadium that may have a new tenant next season if the Corriere dello Sport is correct.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, Memphis Depay, an impending free agent, could become a transfer target for Roma and José Mourinho. For weeks, if not months, common speculation held that Depay, Lyon's 27-year-old Dutch midfielder/winger/forward, would sign a free agent deal with Barcelona this summer. However, for reasons unknown (or at least unstated), talks between Depay and Barcelona have broken down, with many speculating that Barca will now turn their attention to a different free agent forward, Manchester City's Sergio Aguero.