Another of the talented goalkeepers to have emerged from Poland in recent times, Lukasz Skorupski has been on Roma's books since the summer of 2013.
A handful of appearances followed during the 2013-14 campaign that followed, where he was predominantly a back-up, before he spent successive seasons out on loan at Empoli - gaining valuable Serie A experience with a side used to scrapping lower down the standings.
At Empoli, where the attacking action sometimes came thick and fast, the youngster gained a reputation as one of the finest shot-stoppers in the league, a player especially formidable when facing opponents from the penalty spot.
His form caught the eye of the national team, with Skorupski regularly included in Poland squads from 2016 onwards.
Returning to the Giallorossi in the summer of 2017, Roma know they have an experienced and competent understudy to Alisson Becker. Skorupski, of course, will be hoping to push the Brazilian as hard as possible to earn as much playing time as he can over the coming campaign.Show More Show Less