Roma president James Pallotta admits they're in talks over investment from the Friedkin Group.
Press reports suggest Pallotta is prepared to sell for €510m.
“I only do what's best for Roma, I don't care what it is," he told La Repubblica. “I don't need any gratitude or praise, I'm at ease."
Pallotta has struggled with the bureaucracy in Italy over the planning of a new stadium. His investment partners decided against a €130m capital increase.
He added: “I have worked hard for Roma and I love the club. I just have to be satisfied that I did my best."