Liverpool, Lovren: “Roma wanted me, but I didn’t want to leave on loan”.


Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren spoke today to Croatian outlet sportske.jutarnji.hr and admitted that Roma were seeking his services, however, the move ultimately fell apart. These are his words:

“Milan contacted me but Roma was most persistent, but the negotiations didn’t go well. I don’t want to go somewhere and prove to someone who I am and how do I play and if I am ready or not”.

“I am a professional, I have won the Champions League, won a World Cup silver medal, I achieved big things in football and don’t deserve to go anywhere on loan and to have someone checking me and my quality. I feel very happy because all the time I felt Liverpool was by me, and I respect that a lot. Klopp told me: ‘Listen, buddy, you are top-class player, we will not let you go on loan. We need you'”.

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