Roma planning to offload Bianda, Ćorić & others

The Giallorossi are already at work to secure several player exits once the summer transfer window opens, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.

After selling Pau Lopez and Cengiz Under (whose permanent move is expected to become official before the end of the season ) to Olympique de Marseille, the capital club are counting on OGC Nice exercising their option for Justin Kluivert.

Moreover, Roma are looking to off-load the likes of William Bianda and Ante Ćorić.

Bianda, who is a regular starter in Ligue 2 with Nancy, should move permanently to France for a reported fee of €3 million.

Meanwhile the situation regarding Ćorić is not as straight-forward. The Croatian midfielder has only featured in 10 matches for Zurich in the Swiss league and will likely make a return to the Italian capital in the summer. Tiago Pinto is working on the youngster’s exit.

On the other hand, Roma also want to monetize off the sales of Providence, Bouah and Pezzella, with Riccardo Calafiori returning from his loan at Genoa.

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