AS Roma president James Pallotta is convinced by the potential of the club.
Pallotta has seen Roma clinch Champions League qualification in the past week.
"I think we clearly bought an extremely undervalued asset. At the end of the day, it's Rome, one of the greatest cities ever," Pallotta told Reuters.
"Italian football was number one and I think it will start getting back there when people see what Juventus has done, what we are trying to do with the stadium.
"If we can get that built in the time that we think we can we have a huge advantage on a lot of other teams, not just in Italy but a big advantage vis-a-vis other teams in Europe.
"When you look at Italy, there are a good six to eight teams that can be fairly competitive over the next few years."
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