Four goals and two assists in the last three games, not bad for a Turkish 20-year-old Serie A debutant. Looks like Monchi has unearthed another gem from his expansive scouting system. Looking at recent transfers, Roma knows their place in European football, and I think they plan on exploiting that to the fullest, by buying cheap prospective talents like Cengiz and selling them for big profits when they start showing their class. The "Dybala of the Bosphorus" has apparently been looking to Roma's eternal hero Totti, for advice. He was bought from İstanbul Başakşehir for 13.4 million euros (plus another one and a half million bonus based on the results). A left footer who can play on the right, he has often been compared to Mo Salah and Paolo Dybala, for his playing position and also his playing style. He is the protagonist of Di Francesco's switch from a 4-3-3 to a 4-2-3-1, freeing up Nainggolan to play his favoured role as enforcer/trequartista, and ultimately helping the team recover from a slump that lasted for the months of December and January. Cengiz's presence has transformed this attack. His commitment, work rate, ability to get forward, crossing, and sticking to the byline has forced defenders to abandon their positions to track him, freeing up space for Dzeko. This one's definitely one to watch as a top future prospect.