Roma have welcomed a UEFA investigation into the club's possible breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations.
The European governing body announced on Thursday that they are to investigate seven clubs over a potential breaking of the rules.
Roma were among those teams who failed to break even in their latest financial reports, but were swift in issuing a statement to condone the action by UEFA.
"We support UEFA's efforts through Financial Fair Play to ensure financial stability in football " it is very much in line with our strategy and actions," it read. "Our current ownership took over a club in economic distress just three years ago and were very clear from the outset that our club would be run as a business in order to maximize economic success along with on-field performance.
"We are very proud of the economic and competitive accomplishments achieved in a very short time and are even more optimistic about our future.
"We look forward to a dialogue with UEFA and are confident they will recognize our accomplishments and consider us a model for future investment in European football."
Monaco, Besiktas, Inter, Krasnodar, Liverpool and Sporting Lisbon are the other six clubs under investigation.