Partizan make Umar Sadiq’s move permanent: €2m to Roma


Serbian side FK Partizan have officially redeemed Roma striker Umar Sadiq.

The young attacker, who bagged 17 goals this term, has been purchased permanently by the Belgrade-based outfit for a total fee of €2 million, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Sadiq joined Partizan in July of last summer on loan with an option to buy after having had a host of unsuccessful loan spells at Bologna, NAC Breda, Torino, Rangers, and Perugia.

While the Nigerian is now a permanent player of Savo Milošević’s team, his stay could be brief as he has been linked with a number of clubs, including Monaco, for a potential summer move.

The Giallorossi possess a 10% sell-on clause for the attacker in the event that he is sold by the Serbians. There have been whispers that Partizan value the striker between €15-20 million, which could potentially earn the Italians a couple million more euros.

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