From Genova: Schick will join Roma


Il Secolo XIX: Schick to Roma is now being finalised, the capital is waiting for the final summit between the parties in order to complete the transfer of the Czech striker to the giallorosso club. Rumors about the re-entry of Juventus into the operation convinced sporting director Monchi to not wait and call Sampdoria to define the details of this purchase, which is predicted to be among the most expensive for this Serie A transfer window. The figures are not yet fully defined, but in the end, Sampdoria should cash in for something around €35 million plus some bonuses, eventually reaching €40 million. Given that Schick was bought for less than €4 million a year ago, the final plusvalenza will surpass 1000%, the most profitable deal in Sampdorian history.

As is well known, Roma and Schick have already agreed to a deal thanks to recent meetings that saw the intrusion, by text message, of Francesco Totti, who “flattered” Schick during the Champions League draw. Schick, a very ambitious boy, will certainly not be indifferent to playing in the Champions League and earning about €2 million per season for the next 5 years. Inter are bitter after being close to Patrik for weeks, but then they have been blocked by the financial constraints put forth in China. Juventus, who were the first to move for Schick and were aided by the presence of Nedved, had their chance before calling off the move then “rediscovering” the player within the last hours. But it is too late, Schick has already said yes to Monchi and especially Sampdoria, as he is still partially annoyed by the actions of Juve back in July as now he prefers Roma. Barring a change of mind, Schick will wear giallorosso and now Samp must find a replacement.

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