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Bayer Leverkusen keen on lowering Sardar Azmoun’s pricetag

Andy Mattioli
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Bayer Leverkusen are reportedly set on permanently parting ways with Sardar Azmoun who is on loan at Roma.

The German side are said to have excluded Azmoun from their long-term plans and will do anything to secure his permanent exit this coming summer.

Roma, on the other hand, are extremely pleased with Azmoun: despite his limited playing time, the Iranian striker was able to provide the team with precious output in goals and assists as well as convincing performances under both Jose Mourinho and Daniele De Rossi.

According to calciomercato.com, Roma intend to ask Bayer Leverkusen for a discount on the original fixed pricetag of €12.5 million – ideally the capital club would be willing to pay €10 million.

Azmoun himself is said to be pushing to make his move permanent.

Furthermore, the news portal suggests that Bayer are likely to accept such an inquiry and thus lower the player’s pricetag to guarantee a permanent deal.

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