Edin Dzeko agrees terms with Roma but fee not settled, Sky sources say

Edin Dzeko
Image: Edin Dzeko has agreed terms with Roma after he was limited to 11 league starts for Manchester City last season

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has agreed personal terms with Roma, according to Sky sources.

But the two clubs are yet to settle on a fee for the Bosnia and Herzegovina international, who has won two Premier League titles in four seasons with City.

Dzeko started just 11 league games last season, and Manuel Pellegrini this month admitted the £27m signing's future could lie away from Manchester.

City committed as much as £49m to signing Raheem Sterling this summer and also have January arrival Wilfried Bony ready to start his first full season at the club.

But Steven Jovetic is set to join Inter on loan, and Dzeko's departure would leave just Bony and Sergio Aguero as recognised senior centre-forwards.

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Roma have already raided the Premier League once this week to sign Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny on loan.

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