Amadou Diawara is ready to become a new player for Belgian side Anderlecht as his sale has been finalized over the last few hours. After being linked with Lecce earlier in the week, Diawara has accepted a transfer abroad.
As reported by Sky Sport, Roma have finalized the Guinean’s exit from the Italian capital.
The midfielder has already completed his medical with Anderlecht and is ready to join the Belgian giants for €3 million including add-ons as well as a 50% sell-on clause for his future sale.
Diawara had been frozen out by Jose Mourinho at the start of preseason and was approached by several clubs over the course of the last six months.
The player had been close to a move to Valencia in January but the deal collapsed at the last minute. Finally, Roma insisted on making his transfer permanent and Anderlecht’s approach was reputed acceptable by both club and player.