Fazio says ‘no’ to Salernitana and takes legal action against Roma

Federico Fazio has his mind set on staying in the Italian capital until the expiration of his contract in June later this year. The Argentine international has reportedly rejected several approaches from teams in Serie A, the most recent one being Salernitana’s.

According to Corriere Dello Sport, Salernitana approached Fazio wanting to sign him until the end of the season. The 34-year-old, however, promptly rejected the offer.

The Roma defender continues to train individually, having been excluded by Mourinho and the club earlier in the summer. Additionally, Fazio has taken legal action against the club wanting to sue the Giallorossi for not letting him take part in group training.

It is thus highly unlikely that the former Sevilla player will choose to move out of the capital in the remaining two weeks of the January window.

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