JOSE MOURINHO named three strikers he’d love to sign – despite his Roma side beating Real Sociedad 2-0.
Boss Jose Mourinho was pleased with the general display but upset by Roma’s failure to bag more goals against LaLiga side SociedadRex
GettyFrontman Tammy Abraham teed up winger Stephan El Shaarawy for Roma’s opener in the 2-0 Europa League first-leg win over Real Sociedad[/caption]
The German champions dumped PSG out of the Champions League on Wednesday with a 2-0 victory for a 3-0 aggregate success.
Bayern paraded their squad strength by bringing on former Liverpool frontman Sadio Mane, ex-Manchester City winger Leroy Sane and one-time Arsenal wideman Serge Gnabry, who poached their later second goal.
“Just one of them would have been enough for me.
“Like this, I could have replaced Dybala and perhaps score one more goal.”
Abraham did tee up Roma’s early opener for winger Stephan El Shaarawy before defender Marash Kumbulla doubled the Serie A team’s victory margin three minutes from time.
But United and even Chelsea are tipped to show interest in 11-cap Englishman Abraham over the summer.
At least, though, Mourinho was happy with Roma’s display in general.
He told Sky Italia: “The boys’ merit was their organization, their effort and their empathy on the pitch.
“We were good at controlling the game even without the ball.”
GettySerge Gnabry celebrates rounding off Bayern’s 2-0 win with fellow subs Sadio Mane and Leroy Sane, any of whom Jose Mourinho would love to have at Roma[/caption]