Mourinho laments Roma’s lack of transfer activity: “I am frustrated.”

Jose Mourinho, the manager of Roma, has acknowledged feeling “a little upset” over the team’s lack of action during the summer transfer window

Mourinho won the inaugural Europa Conference League championship in May with a 1-0 victory over Feyenoord to cap the 2021–2022 season.

By strengthening his team in preparation for the upcoming season, the Portuguese was aiming to build on the success.

Roma has only signed three players so far, and only the arrival of defender Zeki elik from Lille required the payment of a transfer fee.

Goalkeeper Mile Svilar and midfielder Nemanja Matic both joined as unrestricted free agents.

However, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Alessandro Florenzi, Robin Olsen, and Cengiz Under are among the first team players who have left.

Mourinho couldn’t help but speak to the Italian media about transfers when at Trajan’s Markets for the Phygital Sustainability Expo, where his daughter Matilde showed a line of eco-friendly jewelry.

“You can tell I’m scared because of my expression.

“The market is making me a little upset. When asked about Roma’s commercial connections, he told Corriere dello Sport, “But don’t worry, don’t worry.

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