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The January transfer market session is getting closer and closer and Roma will have to intervene to strengthen the squad.

A repair market where José Mourinho required at least a midfielder, a right-back and a central defender. Chris Smalling’s next few weeks will be fundamental on the latter. If the English central were to guarantee continuity, he could stay with the four current defenders in the squad, barring surprises.

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The role of the midfielder is the one most sought after by the Giallorossi club which is identifying various profiles, with scouting and with the experience of James Pinto. Then there will also be some exits, with Gonzalo Villar and Amadou Diawara with suitcases in hand, as well as Borja Mayoral, who no longer accepts to be the third forward.

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One of the hot topics of the last few weeks is that related to the future of Ivan Perisic. The Croatian winger will turn 33 next February and his contract will expire at the end of this season. If until a few weeks ago Perisic’s future seemed very far from Milan, so much so that the Nerazzurri had identified Filip Kostic as the replacement, now things have changed and the discussion remains open. As reported by ‘’, in fact, Croatian never is was convinced to leave Inter.

Ivan Perisic
Ivan Perisic © LaPresse

In recent months he has received various offers – also registering interest from Rome – but one of these came from a foreign club with a two-year course for just over € 4 million per season. Inter, on the other hand, is currently stuck at 3 net plus bonuses for the next 2 years, a difference of 1 million that could be bridged, perhaps even by the player’s desire to stay in the Nerazzurri, with a meeting scheduled between the agent. and the company in December, to take stock of the situation.


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