Rome transfer market, the announcement that freezes Mou

Calciomercato Roma, the bomb from Spain that shuffles the cards on the table and that inevitably changes strategies.

After having filed a bitter national break for the team of Roberto Mancini, the championship will come alive, presenting some races that could significantly influence the fate of a championship in which the Roma from Mou, after a successful start, he is experiencing some too many difficulties, especially in the last period.

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There are some structural defects that characterize the Giallorossi squad which Pinto will try to remedy in this transfer window; there are many names screened by the general manager of the Capitoline but, according to reports from Spain, and more specifically from the portal “The National“, Will have to review their strategies. In the list of possible purchases of the Romain fact, some profiles of the Real Madrid, of which Ancelotti may decide to do without. One of these was Nacho, which is liked by the parts of Trigoria for his tactical flexibility, which allows him to fill various roles in the defensive chessboard.

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The hypothesis was raised that the Roma sank the blow already in January, to give Mou a multipurpose graft with which to flesh out a department that both in the central batteries and on that of the right-backs, has shown that he has a short blanket. However, Nacho intends to stay with the Blancos until 2023, the year in which his contract with the Spanish club expires, to try to carve out space in the chessboard of Ancelotti. Reason for which Pinto would have already diverted his attention elsewhere, starting to probe the profile of botman of the Little.

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Rome transfer market announcement freezes Mou

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