Roma are one of several sides looking into the possibility of signing striker Mattia Destro, according to Genoa president Enrico Preziosi.
Destro, 21, was loaned to Siena from Genoa last season, scoring 13 times in 30 Serie A games to attract interest from the likes of both Milan sides, Juventus and now, Roma.
"(Roma sporting director Walter) Sabatini has asked me about Destro,'' Preziosi told asromanews.it. "Next week we will meet Siena to discuss the situation."
Reports suggest that Roma could finance a move for Destro, who is currently co-owned by Genoa and Siena, by selling young striker Fabio Borini - a recent target for Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool side.
Destro is under contract with the Genoa until June 2015, having joined from Inter Milan in the summer of 2010.