Roma reportedly have no intention of cashing in on Tammy Abraham during the summer transfer window.
Since departing Chelsea last year, Abraham has been a huge hit at Stadio Olimpico, contributing 23 goals and four assists from his 40 appearances in all competitions.
Manchester United, who are in the market for at least one forward ahead of 2022-23, are said to be considering an approach for the England international.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Roma will demand £100m if they receive any interest in their star man, despite Chelsea possessing a buy-back clause for a third of that figure.
That option is due to become active in 2023, effectively leaving Roma at risk of losing the 24-year-old for £67m just 12 months later.
Manchester City and other top European clubs are also said to be monitoring the situation, aware that Roma posted losses of £154m less than six months ago and may have to change their mind if they do not qualify for the Champions League.