Roma continue to be engaged in negotiations with Olympiakos for Guinean midfielder Mady Camara who is the capital club’s preferred profile to replace Gini Wijnaldum as the Dutchman is expected to miss the next 3-4 months recovering from a fractured tibia.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Camara is pushing to join Roma before the end of the transfer window and the Greek club have already approved of the move.
However, the two sides are yet to find an agreement regarding the loan formula which the deal would be based on.
The Italian newspaper reports that Roma and Olympiakos have agreed on an initial loan fee of around €1-2 million, and are now discussing the other details. Roma insist on bringing the player on loan with option to buy for €7-8 million, whereas Olympiakos want the loan to include an obligation worth almost €13 million.
The relations between the two clubs are good and thus a positive outcome is expected within the next four days.