RB Leipzig has not yet given up in their pursuit of keeping Roma’s Patrik Schick at the club.
The German side brought the Czech attacker to the club on loan with an option to buy last summer from Roma — however, they did not exercise the €29 million option to make the move permanent.
Leipzig haven’t been shy in their belief that they deem the figure to be excessive, but they also admitted they would like to keep the striker at the club permanently.
Gianluca Di Marzio has reported that Julian Nagelsmann’s side is now studying and formulating new proposal for the Giallorossi. The new offer could arrive in the form of a loan with an obligation to buy — a permanent move that would see Schick end his time with Roma.
The Lupi‘s request remains at €29 million for the services of Schick as they await Leipzig’s next move on the matter.