Mile Svilar to play his chances for long-term future role at Roma

Andy Mattioli

Mile Svilar is likely to become Roma’s starting goal-keeper for the remainder of the season, overtaking veteran Rui Patricio.

The Serbian shot-stopper was recently promoted to a more prominent role on the team by Daniele De Rossi who is said to have been extremely pleased with the 25-year-old’s performances against Feyenoord and Frosinone.

According to Il Tempo, a lot is at stake for Svilar who still has three years left on his deal with the Giallorossi.

Svilar will likely be playing in order to confirm his long-term future role at the club.

Roma have been famously looking to add a new goal-keeper to their roster but the current Financial Fair Play restrictions may force the club to reconsider Svilar’s potential.

As a result, Il Tempo claims that the next few weeks will be crucial for both Roma and Svilar to assess their mutual situation.

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