Defrel, Schick loans turned permanent


Today, Roma released their latest financial statement for the six month period ending 31 December 2017.

The latest release reveals a variety of in-depth transfer activity, including the situations of Gregoire Defrel and Patrik Schick, both of whom were brought to Roma on loan with an obligation to buy.

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In regards to Defrel, the Frenchman was bought for a €5 million loan fee with an obligation to buy for €15 million plus €3 million in potential bonuses. The sporting objectives for the former Sassuolo man that trigger the obligation to buy have been fulfilled. For Schick, Roma paid an immediate loan fee of €5 million and will now be forced to pay an additional €9 million, which is the obligation to buy amount. There are also an additional €8 million worth of bonuses in the agreement with Sampdoria, who are also entitled to a final payment of €20 million in February 2020.

Both players are now completely owned by the Giallorossi; meanwhile, Mario Rui’s loan with an obligation to buy has also become permanent.

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