Italpetroli, the holding company in charge of Roma, have confirmed they are considering a number of bids for control of the club.
The Italian outfit have struggled financially in recent years, prompting the big money sale of Alberto Aquilani to Liverpool in 2009.
The Sensi family, who own Italpetroli, are resigned to selling the club and are set to consider offers.
Details of any potential buyers have not yet been revealed, but a statement released by Italpetroli suggests there is plenty of interest.
“A limited number of offers will be selected and they will be allowed to obtain further information for the preparation of binding offers,” the statement read.
“Italpetroli doesn’t intend, for now, to supply further information regarding those who have made offers or the details of those offers.”
Roma finished second to Inter in Serie A last season but have struggled so far this season, taking just 15 points from their opening 10 games.