Giallorossi has passed into the hands of American billionaire Dan Friedkin. Totti, 43, is pleased with the new leadership at the club.

Former Roma captain Francesco Totti does not rule out returning to work at the Roma club one day. The legend of “Giallorossi,” who resigned as director of Roma due to disagreement with the club’s previous management, resigned, does not rule out a relationship with the new bosses.

It was recently announced that the new owner of Rome became American businessman Dan Friedkin. The billionaire bought it from James Pallotta, and the deal was valued at 591 million euros.

“Of course, I think that sooner or later, Roma and I will meet again. But that does not mean I am idle at home and waiting for it to happen.

Dan Friedkin quickly realized one important thing: the owner must be physically in Rome. “The announcement that his son Ryan will move here is the right decision,” 43-year-old Francesco Totti was quoted as saying by Italian media.

Francesco Totti spent whole of his professional career in Rome (1992-2017), and with the team, he became Italian champion and two-time winner of the Italian Cup and the Italian Super Cup. At the end of his career, he became the club director, but two years later, in June 2019, he left.

Totti won the World Cup with the Italian national team in 2006 and became the European Vice-Champion in 2000.