RomaPress – After three years, Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s adventure at Roma is over.
The Armenian’s entourage communicated to the Giallorossi this afternoon that the attacker accepted the two-year contract offered by Inter. The Nerazzurri’s proposal is worth €4.5 million (net) plus bonuses per season
Yesterday afternoon Roma gave Mkhitaryan a 24-hour ultimatum to respond to their contract renewal offer. The club presented the veteran with a one-year deal with an option for a second year worth €4 million (net) including bonuses per season.
Mkhitaryan leaves Roma with a final tally of 29 goals and 28 assists in 117 total appearances. He originally joined the club on loan from Arsenal in the summer of 2019 before completing a permanent move in 2020.