Maxime Gonalons has officially left Roma and joined La Liga side Granada. The Spaniards announced the arrival of the Frenchman late this evening on loan. The former Lyon man will be unveiled to the media at 12.30 local time tomorrow.
Gonalons departs the Giallorossi, who he joined in 2017, after making 23 appearances and notching 2 assists. The 30 year-old spent last season on loan with Sevilla, however, he was limited to only 13 appearances due to a multiple injuries to his leg and ankle. Roma’s official announcement of the move revealed that Granada will be forced to make the loan a permanent move for €4 million once certain sporting objectives are reached. Here is the full announcement:
AS Roma can confirm that an agreement has been reached with Spanish club Granada CF for the loan of midfielder Maxime Gonalons. Gonalons joins the Liga side until 30 June 2020. As part of the agreement, Granada are obbliged to make the deal permanent for a fee of €4 million – should certain clauses be met.
Gonalons, 30, joined Roma in the summer of 2017 – going on to make 23 appearances for the club in his first season. He spent the 2018-19 campaign on loan at Sevilla. The club would like to wish Gonalons the best of luck for his time in Spain.