Roma midfielder Amadou Diawara – currently away on international duty at AFCON – is seriously considering his future in the Italian capital. The 24-year-old has been subject to several transfer rumors linking him with a move in January.
But as the month nears an end, Diawara’s future remains uncertain, reports Corriere dello Sport. The ex-Napoli man has two concrete offers on the table – one from Valencia and one from Galatasaray.
Valencia want him as a replacement for Daniel Wass – who may be on his way to Atletico Madrid – and have approached Roma about a loan transfer.
Diawara, with two more years left on his contract, is taking his time to reflect upon his future: the player has not been able to break through Mourinho’s ranks and his limited playing time may further devaluate him in the eyes of potential suitors.
The Giallorossi are eagerly waiting to understand which direction Diawara will decide to take.
The capital club have reportedly placed Boubacar Kamara in their sights and may seriously attempt to sign the young OM midfielder despite the player’s high salary demands – €5 million in wages – and competition from abroad, mainly the Premier League. However, an attempt like that could only happen if Diawara were to exit the club in the coming weeks.