Roma is embarking on a new long-term initiative that will aim to achieve greater financial sustainability, which will include a significant reorganization of the labor bill.

The capital club is set to begin a new project—the second of Friedkin's tenure—with Daniele De Rossi taking over as head coach and Florent Ghisolfi taking over as technical director.

The American owners of Roma have taken note of the team's continuous absence from the Champions League and want to solve the main problem inside the squad after it missed out on snow rider UCL qualifying twice in a row.

The Friedkins want to focus on cutting the pay cost from the current €104 million, which places Roma as the third-highest paid side in Serie A, just after Juventus and Inter Milan, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

According to reports, the Friedkins want to cut the team's payroll by 10% to 15%. To do this, they want to let go of a number of players this summer and replace them with long-term, affordable replacements.

Ghisolfi has been advised to establish a network of scouts and concentrate on recruiting players who have great promise but little risk.

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