On Monday, the club unveiled a new, long-term contract, with the deal reportedly worth up to €25m.
It is the latest in a series of high-profile signings for the club that includes the signing of Paul Pogba, which has seen the French international make an unprecedented return to the club.
The new deal will see the 27-year-old join the club for the next three years, with an option for a further three.
However, Roma have also said that they will be “committed to ensuring his success” at the club, and are looking to re-sign him at some point in the future.
“I want to thank the fans, the coaching staff and the players for their love, support and patience,” Pogba said in a statement.
“To be able to bring such a great player to Roma was one of the greatest moments in my career.
This is a club that will always honour its fans and respect its traditions.
The team will always be focused on the goals and I want to repay the loyalty and faith of my teammates by staying at Roma for many years to come.”
The new contract will also see the club pay a €5m buy-out clause, which is likely to have attracted interest from other clubs, including Manchester United and Chelsea.
Roma have not revealed the number of clubs that they have already contacted.