Calciomercato Roma, confirmations from Spain

Calciomercato Roma, confirmations from Spain
Calciomercato Roma, confirmations from Spain

Confirmations arrive from Spain on Roma’s strong interest in a player. Tiago Pinto would be preparing a very important offer.

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The Roma stay alert on transfer market. The excellent start to the season of the team of Jose Mourinho it could be one more motivation for US ownership to endorse new expenses in the coming months. Already during the summer session the Giallorossi General Manager James Pinto carried out several important negotiations. The arrival of Rui Patricio and Tammy Abraham represent the first pieces of the Rome to come.

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The Portuguese manager worked wisely on the way out, managing to place most of the redundant players present in the squad. The budget on which it has been able to count, close to 80 million euros, says a lot about the ambition of Dan e Ryan Friedkin. For this reason, it seems more than likely that Rome will try to score a few more hits already in January to strengthen the squad available to Mourinho.

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One of the names that have been approached in recent weeks at Roma is that of Marco Asensio. The player seems destined to leave Real Madrid and the attention of several European clubs has focused on him. According to the Catalan portal The National Rome would be one of the fiercest contenders. In particular, the Giallorossi club would be ready to put a respectable figure on the plate to snatch Asensio from the competition. Tiago Pinto would in fact be willing to submit an offer from 30 million plus 10 of bonuses just to bring the playmaker to the capital. A figure that could convince Florentino Perez to let the player go. On the trail of Asensio there would be Milan and Arsenal among others.

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