Two young Italian girls who featured in the club’s transfer announcement videos in recent months have both been found safe and well.
The individuals, from Messina and Veneto respectively, have been reunited with their loved ones.
The news means a total of 10 missing children featured in Roma transfer announcement videos have now been successfully found, since the club began the initiative back in the summer of 2019.
Italian charity Telefono Azzurro, who partnered with Roma on the project, this week informed the club of the two successes - following their continued efforts in conjunction with Italian state police.
One of the girls was most recently featured in the video to announce the signing of Rui Patricio, which took place just last week, while the other featured in a prior announcement.
Neither individual can now be named for legal reasons.
The club began the social media initiative in the summer of 2019, looking to harness the worldwide interest in transfer signings to raise awareness of the plight of missing children across the world.
The various announcement videos have been viewed over 15 million times across Roma's social media accounts, shining a spotlight on over 150 missing children cases from across the globe.
The club have partnered with Telefono Azzurro (Italy), the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (USA), Missing People (UK), Missing Child Kenya, the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (worldwide) and more, to ensure as wide a reach as possible.
A young boy from Athens, a girl in Italy, three teenagers from England, a young boy from Belgium and two children from Kenya had all previously been found safe after appearing in transfer videos published by the club.
"We are so grateful for our partnership with AS Roma and for their willingness to highlight this global issue by displaying photos of missing children,” Caroline Humer, Vice President of Programs at the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, said last year.
“We also want to thank their fans for their support.”