The loan recruits from Manchester City and Chelsea have now completed full transfers, while Iago Falque also made his deal permanent
Roma have confirmed that deals for Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah have been made permanent.
A financial statement published on Thursday confirmed loanees Dzeko and Salah will remain in the Italian capital beyond the 2015-16 Serie A season.
Dzeko and Salah joined Roma on season-long loans from Premier League duo Manchester City and Chelsea respectively, with the Bosnian netting the winner against reigning champions Juventus earlier in the season.
“These players were first signed on a temporary basis, which has been transformed into definitive transfers after planned contractual conditions were met,” read a Roma statement, which also revealed a permanent deal for Genoa winger Iago Falque.
Dzeko, who is sidelined with a twisted knee, has scored once since arriving in Rome, while team-mate Salah has bagged three goals, leaving the captial club sixth in the table, four points off Serie A leaders Fiorentina.